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Alison Diduck
Family Law
Cambridge Univ Pr (Txp) (March 2004)
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Alison Diduck is Professor of Law at University College London Great book to study Family Law. Was recommended it by my tutor, and love it so far. Read it if you want to know more.

Alison Diduck is Professor of Law at University College London. Felicity Kaganas is a Reader in Law at Brunel University. Page Numbers Source ISBN: 184946149X. Great book to study Family Law.

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Legal principle is set against a background which explores, primarily from a feminist perspective, some of the assumptions relating to gender, sexual orientation, class and culture underlying the law. It examines the ideology of the family and, in particular, the role of the law in contributing to and reproducing that ideology.

Family Law, Gender and the State: Text, Cases and Materials. A Tentative Model of Workshop-based Production.

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This new title examines the diversity of perspectives and approaches in family law scholarship and drawing upon this work, provides an analysis of recent trends in family law from a socio-legal and feminist perspective. The book brings together the research findings of empirical studies on the behaviour of families and professionals involved with the law, and synthesizes the main theoretical approaches to understanding intimate connections, family laws and family law reform. It draws upon these works to explain and to question the nature of the 'nuclear' family which lies at the heart of family laws and policy, and which provides the basis for recent family law reform initiatives.