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Editor: Irini Papanicolopulu. In Gender and the Law of the Sea a distinguished group of law of the sea and feminist scholars critically engages with one of the oldest fields of international law.


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While the law of the sea has been traditionally portrayed as a technical, gender-neutral set of rules, of concern to States rather than humans, authors in this volume persuasively argue that critical feminist perspectives are needed to question the underlying assumptions of ostensibly gender-neutral norms. Coming at a time when the presence of women at sea is increasing, the volume forcefully and successfully argues that legal rules are relevant to ensure gender equality and the empowerment of women at sea, in an effort to render law for the oceans more inclusive.

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View locations. Feminist critiques of the theory and practice of law have revealed that legal doctrine and procedures are not gender neutral and that law actually creates and perpetuates inequality.

Feminist legal theory and generation of rights

Drawing on a range of feminist theoretical frameworks, including North American, European, Australian and South Asian perspectives, this subject explores the application of feminist critique to key areas of law and justice, including family and reproduction, employment and discrimination, violence against women and human rights in international law. The subject aims to assist students to develop skills in critical thinking and to evaluate areas of law that have been subject to feminist critique.

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It builds core skills that students need to examine gendered constructions of law and how they contribute to inequality and discrimination. UTS: Handbook Site map. Staff directory Webmail Maps Newsroom What's on.