The Law Of Sex Discrimination
Now fully updated for the 21st Century, this book is designed to serve as a text for undergraduate courses concerned with sex discrimination law in the U.S. The authors approach the idea of using law to combat sex discrimination from a variety of contexts; for example, as an occasion for ideological disputes, as a reflection of contemporary policy debates over the future direction of society, or as part of the historical development (and response to) feminism. Throughout, the authors provide legal materials in a form that affords instructors the flexibility to adapt the text to the needs of their course. Pedagogical elements include a list of further readings, appendices that deal with the court system, a brief discussion of how to outline cases, and a glossary of legal and technical terms.
Download Data provided by OpenISBN Project and others:
- Export Citation(BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan)
- Download multimedia files (txt, html, PDF)
- 0534631266.pdf (text only)
- 0534631266.zip (currently not available)
You can search on LeatherBound to download or purchase an ebook.
Searching Book Reviews...