|Author:||Leslie J. Moran,Daniel Monk,Sarah Beresford|
|Publisher:||Continuum Intl Pub Group (November 1, 1998)|
|Other formats:||mobi lit docx mbr|
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Legal Queeries gives law reform a new agenda. It refuses to confine law reform activism to the democratic institutions or the streets. Being a critical exploration of the minutiae of law and legal regulation as cultural production this collection takes law reform activism into the very text of the law itself. A theme that connects the essays in Legal Queeries is 'outsiders' - all are concerned with the challenge of the representation and experiences of lesbians, gay men and transgendered persons as 'outsiders' within legal cultures.
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Legal Queeries: Lesbian, Gay and Transgender Legal Studies (Leslie J. Moran, Daniel Monk, & Sarah Beresford . LeGaL Foundation Inc. (Lesbian and Gay Law Association of Greater New York). Lesbian and Gay Rights Project (ACLU - American Civil Liberties Union). Moran, Daniel Monk, & Sarah Beresford ed. Cassell, 1998)(ISBN 030433863X). Lesbian Rights (NOW - National Organization of Women).
9–11, 136–40; Brian Dempsey, ‘Piecemeal to Equality: Scottish Gay Law Reform’, in Leslie J. Moran, Daniel Monk and Sarah Beresford (eds), Legal Queeries: Lesbian, Gay and Transgender Legal Studies (London: Cassell, 1998), pp. 156–7. The memorandum is presumably ‘A Special Problem’, by Letitia Fairfield, the retired chief medical officer of the ATS, but Emma Vickers puts the correct date of this undated study as 1943.
Gay–straight alliances (GSAs) in Canadian public schools have gained .
Gay–straight alliances (GSAs) in Canadian public schools have gained considerable attention from print media since reports first surfaced in the year 2000. This study tracked and analyzed Canadian newspaper reporting about GSA creation. It summarized the shift in public opinion toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) youth activism by analyzing how Canadian newspapers. reported on emerging GSAs. Despite social and legal gains, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning (LGBTQ) populations in the USA continue to experience discrimination, violence, and new, emerging threats to their human rights.
Other articles where Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community is discussed: Gay Pride . imes in other countries, of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) identity. Gay Pride commemorates the Stonewall riots, which began in the early hours of June 28, 1969, after police raided the Stonewall Inn bar in New York City’s Greenwich Village neighbourhood. devoted to countering discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) individuals in the media and promoting understanding, acceptance, and equality.
Education law/educating gender' in Feminist Perspectives on Child Law (eds. Jo Bridgeman and Daniel Monk, 2000, London: Cavendish Publishing Limited).
forthcoming 2019) ‘Same-Sex Marriage: After the Party. Education law/educating gender' in Feminist Perspectives on Child Law (eds. Introduction: Reflections on the relationship between feminism and child law' (with Jo Bridgeman) in Feminist Perspectives on Child Law, Jo Bridgeman and Daniel Monk ed. 2000, London: Cavendish Publishing Limited.
Legal studies does appear to be ahead to criminology when it comes to queer theories . Moran, Les, Daniel Monk & Sarah Beresford (1998) Legal Queeries.
Legal studies does appear to be ahead to criminology when it comes to queer theories and queer approach to sexualities. During the last years, the most interesting books and articles on law, gender and sexualities have been published by scholars who have attended the Keele conferences. They have been combining theory, empirical and ethnographic approach, case-studies, cross-disciplinary methodology and transnational perspectives for the study of sexuality in the legal field.
Institutionalizing Heterosexuality: The Legal Exclusion of ‘Impossible’ (Trans)Sexualities. In Legal Queeries: Lesbian, Gay and Transgender Legal Studies, Leslie J. Moran, Daniel Monk and Sarah Beresford (ed., 26-41. The Gender and Queer Politics of Translation: New Approaches. Comparative Literature Studies 5. (2014): 201-214.