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Studies in Law, Politics, and Society

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Studies in Law, Politics, and Society
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Studies in Law, Politics, and Society
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eng
Summary
Studies in Law, Politics, and Society provides a vehicle for the publication of scholarly articles within the broad parameters of interdisciplinary legal scholarship. In this latest edition of this highly successful research series, articles examine a diverse range of legal issues and their impact on and intersections with society
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non fiction
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dictionaries
Series statement
Studies in Law, Politics, and Society
Series volume
v.72
Studies in Law, Politics, and Society
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Studies in Law, Politics, and Society
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Contents
  • Cover -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Editorial Board -- Commercial Leases and Family Realities in Charles Reznikoff's Family Chronicle -- Family Chronicle and The Dilemma of the Commercial Tenant -- Clothing Arguments -- Notes -- References -- Condo Crimes and Legal Prospects for Confronting the Unusual Suspects -- Introduction -- Growing Prevalence of the Condo Form -- Method -- Two Dimensions of Condo Crime and a Typology -- Barriers to Knowing Condo Crime -- Prospects of New Legislation to Reveal and Confront Condo Crime -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- The Nursery Years of 'Judicial Activism': From a Historian's Shorthand to Media Catchphrase 1947-1962 -- The Chapter and Its Inspiration -- In the Beginning, There Was 'Restraint'{u2026} -- Schlesinger's Bilateral Paradigm for Judicial Review - and Its Difficulties -- Schlesinger's Parallel Explanations -- Reaction: From Chambers to the New York Times -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgements -- References -- CASES CITED -- Teenage Pregnancy, Parenting, and Abortion: Legal Limits on Adolescents' Reproductive Rights. For their helpful comments on... -- Introduction -- Parents, Children, and the State: A Constitutional Balancing Act -- Privacy and Parents' Rights -- Privacy and Adolescents' Rights -- Minors, Parents, and Minors as Parents -- Minor Parents and the Child Welfare System -- Minor Parents and Adoption Law -- A Third Way: Third Party Support for Pregnant or Parenting Adolescents -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- "Letting Kids Be Kids": Youth Voice and Activism to Reform Foster Care and Promote "Normalcy" -- "I Don't Have Nobody Right Now" -- Truth and Reconciliation -- "Homeless and Hopeless" -- Holding States Accountable -- Voices and Faces -- Face to Face: Violence and the Word -- Face to Face in the Legislature -- Face to Face in the Courtroom
  • Face to Face with Interpretive Violence -- Benefits of Face-to-Face Engagement -- Voice and Validation as Therapeutic and Procedural Justice -- Trapped: Voice as Art -- Youth Organizing for a Change -- Youth Participation in Independent Living Policy -- Youth Involvement and Cooption on Florida's Road to Independence -- Youth Grassroots Organizing -- Youth Organizing as Client Storytelling -- Lawyer "Uses" of Client Stories -- "Letting Kids Be Kids": Envisioning Normalcy -- The "Libertarian" Narrative of Normalcy -- The "Tort Reform" Narrative of Normalcy -- The "Child Well-Being" Narrative of Normalcy -- The "Organized Youth" Narrative of Normalcy -- Growing Up Absurd: Voices Not Heard -- The Untold Version of Abnormal -- Conclusion - Powerless and Speechless? -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Teen Health Care Decisions: How Maturity and Social Policy Affect Four Hard Cases -- The Rules for Competent Adults and the Preference for Following Medical Advice -- The Rules for Minors: Parental Authority, Following Medical Advice, and Teen Capacity -- The Traditional Rules Applied to the Four Hard Cases -- Hard Case One: A Terminally Ill Minor Wants to Refuse Treatment -- Hard Case Two: A Teen Wants to Reject Effective Medical Care for a Serious Condition for Religious Reasons -- Hard Case Three: A Teenager Wants to Have an Abortion without Telling her Parents -- Hard Case Four: A Teenager Wants to Avoid In-Patient Mental Health Care that His Parents Seek -- The Evolving Understanding of Maturity -- Applying Maturity Research and Policy to Teens' Decision-Making -- Principles for Applying the Mature Minor Rule -- Hard Case One: A Terminally Ill Minor Wants to Refuse Treatment -- Hard Case Two: A Teen Wants to Reject Effective Medical Care for a Serious, Condition Because of Religious Reasons
  • Hard Case Three: A Teenager Wants to Have an Abortion without Telling her Parents -- Hard Case Four: A Teen Objects to Residential Mental Health Care that the Parents Seek -- Conclusion - A Revised Approach to the Mature Minor Doctrine -- Notes -- References -- Transgender Children, Teaching Early Acceptance, and the Heckler's Veto -- Transgender Children -- Athletics -- Bathrooms -- Dress Codes -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References
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