The multi-cultural family /
- Publication info:
- Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2008.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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Report of the seminar on the political, historical, economic, social, and cultural factors contributing to racism, racial discrimination, and apartheid, Geneva (Switzerland), 10-14 December 1990 : implementation of the Programme of action for the second decade to combat racism and racial discrimination.
K 3242 R44 1991
- The multi-cultural family / edited by Ann Laquer Estin.
- Other Authors:
Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, 2008
- Physical Description:
xxvii, 575 p. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
9780754626480 (alk. paper)
Table of Contents
- Toward a multicultural family law / Ann Laquer Estin
- Taking multiculturalism seriously: marriage law and the rights of minorities / Patrick Parkinson
- Muslim maghrebian marriage in France: a problem for legal pluralism / Edwige Rude-Antoine
- Migrant women caught between Islamic family law and women's rights. The search for the appropriate 'connecting factor' in international family law / Marie-Claire Foblets
- Rationality and cultural pluralism in the non-recognition of foreign marriages / John Murphy
- Citizenship on trial: Nadia's case / Unni Wikan
- Blaming culture for bad behavior / Leti Volpp
- The reconstruction of the Constitution and the case for Muslim personal law in Canada / Syed Mumtaz Ali and Enab Whitehouse
- Muslim women and 'Islamic divorce' in England / Lucy Carroll
- Jewish marriage and civil law: a two-way street?/ David Novak
- Balancing minority rights and gender justice: the impact of protecting multiculturalism on women's rights in India / Pratibha Jain
- - A critical analysis of customary marriages, bohali and the South African Constitution / R. Songca
- Women, religion and multiculturalism in Israel / Ruth Halperin-Kaddari
- A cross cultural perspective on reproductive rights / Carla Makhlouf Obermeyer
- An Islamic perspective on domestic violence / Azizah Y. al-Hibri
- Indigenous peoples and family law: issues in Aotearoa/New Zealand / Jacinta Ruru
- Evolving indigenous law: Navajo marriage; cultural traditions and modern challenges / Antoinette Sedillo Lopez
- Valid-where-consummated: the intersection of customary law marriages and formal adjudication / Lona N. Laymon
- Children between cultures / John Eekelaar
- Complicating culture in child placement decisions / Annie Bunting
- Understanding sending country's traditions and policies in international adoptions: avoiding legal and cultural pitfalls / Jini L. Roby
- Placing the 'gift child' in transnational adoption / Barbara Yngvesson
- Cross-cultural dispute resolution: the consequences of conflicting interpretations of norms / Alison Dundes Renteln
- Constructing an Islamic institute of civil justice that encourages women's rights / Marie Egan Provins
- Building a bridge: lessons learned from family mediation training for the Hmong community of Minnesota / James R. Cohen.