Masculinity, Law, and the Family

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Index
Note: n denotes a footnote.
a
Achilles Heel18 , 19
Agar-Ellis v Lascelles [1883] 24 ;
Ch.D 317: 186 -8, 190 , 201 , 202 , 203 , 222
age of consent:
for homosexuality 63 , 92 , 94
Aids 142 , 180
anti-feminism 26 -8, 139 ;
see also men’s liberation
anti-sexism 9 , 17 - 26 , 29 , 39 , 179 ;
history of 17 - 18 ;
limitations 25 -6;
literature 18 - 20 , 23 , 24 -5;
problems encountered 22 -3;
qualities of 25 ;
themes 19
Archer, Jeffrey 239 -41
artificial insemination 170
Astrachan, A. 8
Atkins, S. and Hoggett, B. 12

b
B v B [1955] P 42: 154 , 155 , 156 , 165
B v B [1985] FLR 166: 196 -7, 198
B v B [Custody of Child] 1985 FLR 462: 196 , 197
B v France [1992] 2 FLR 249: 127 , 128 , 130 , 131
Banner, L. 16
Barrett, M. and McIntosh, M. 55 , 88
Bartholomew, G.W. 87 , 118
Baxter v Baxter [1948] HL 278: 158 -9, 160
birth certificate 116 -18
Births and Deaths Registration Act (1953) 116
‘black-letter’ law see doctrinalism
Blackstone, Sir William 185 -6
Bottomley et al.275 -6
Bowman, K. and Engle, B. 111 -12, 113
Bradney, A. 129 -30
breadwinner masculinity 217 ;
and centrality of employment 27 , 193 ;
and childcare 195 - 200 , 231 ;
and familial ideology 99 , 192 , 219 , 224 , 254 -5;
and father absence 204 , 214
Brittan, A. 7 , 29 , 38 , 130
Brod, H. 12 , 38 -9, 285 n
Brown, B. 76
buggery 93 , 94 , 97
Butler, J. 88 , 112 , 113 , 173

c
Campbell, B. 138 , 229 , 232 , 246 , 247
Canaan, J.E. and Griffin, C. 269
canon law 146 , 151 -2, 281 n
Caplan, P. 93
Carrigan et al.:
on masculinity 8 , 9 , 11 , 13 , 15 , 18 , 132 , 135 , 262
Chesser, E. 138 , 139 -40, 142
child custody 178 -81, 189 -91, 203 , 256 ;
court cases cited 196 - 200
child sexual abuse 242 -8
Child Support Act (1991) 209 , 227 , 228 , 230 , 259 , 281 n

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface and Acknowledgements ix
  • Chapter 1 - Introduction 1
  • Chapter 2 - Theorising Masculinity and the Family 47
  • Chapter 3 - Law, Sex and Masculinity 87
  • Chapter 4 - ‘love Without Fear’ 138
  • Chapter 5 - The ‘good Father’ in Law 175
  • Chapter 6 - ‘family Men’ and ‘dangerous’ Masculinities 215
  • Chapter 7 - Changing Masculinities, Changing Law 252
  • Notes 278
  • Bibliography 286
  • Index 325
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