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BeschreibungDrawing on domestic and international law, as well as on judgments given by courts and human rights treaty bodies, "Gender Stereotyping" offers perspectives on how wrongful gender stereotypes can be effectively eliminated through the transnational legal process in order to ensure women's equality and exercise of their human rights.
InhaltsverzeichnisForeword, by Louise Arbour Table of Cases Table of Treaties, Legislation, and Other Relevant Instruments
Introduction Ch. 1 Understanding Gender Stereotyping Ch. 2 Naming Gender Stereotyping Ch. 3 State Obligations to Eliminate Gender Stereotyping Ch. 4 Gender Stereotyping as a Form of Discrimination Ch. 5 The Role of the Women's Committee in Eliminating Gender Stereotyping Ch. 6 Moving Forward with the Elimination of Gender Stereotyping
Appendices A. The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women B. The Optional Protocol to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women
Notes Select Bibliography Annotated List of Websites Index Acknowledgments
PortraitRebecca J. Cook is Professor of Law and Faculty Chair in International Human Rights, Faculty of Law, at the University of Toronto. She is the author, coauthor, or coeditor of many books, including Human Rights of Women: National and International Perspectives, also published by the University of Pennsylvania Press. Simone Cusack is a public interest lawyer at the Public Interest Law Clearing House in Melbourne, Australia.
Pressestimmen"While both lawyers and psychologists have been aware of the role of stereotypes in discrimination, there is little literature addressing the legal status of stereotypes as gender discrimination. Gender Stereotyping makes a substantial contribution to the field by bringing the insights of psychology to bear on the legal approaches in a sophisticated way."-Susan Williams, Walter W. Foskett Professor of Law, Indiana University "This book unquestionably forms the most thorough investigation of international legal perspectives on gender stereotyping to date. It is an essential contribution to the debate on stereotypes and the law. The authors deserve the highest praise."-Human Rights Law Review
Untertitel: Transnational Legal Perspectives. 'Pennsylvania Studies in Human Rights'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: University of Pennsylvania Press
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2011
Seitenanzahl: 288 Seiten