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The Resource Studies in Law, Politics, and Society

Studies in Law, Politics, and Society

Studies in Law, Politics, and Society
Studies in Law, Politics, and Society
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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  • Front Cover -- Studies in Law, Politics, and Society -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Editorial Board -- The Emergence of Marriage Equality and the Sad Demise of Civil Unions -- Background -- Should Marriage Equality Lead to the Dismantling of Civil Unions? -- Why is Codification of Intimate Relations Important? -- Reasons for Rejuvenating Civil Unions -- Does a Right to a Civil Union "Count"? -- Are Marriage Equality and a Universal Right to Civil Unions Mutually Exclusive? -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- Bibliography -- "Community Voices" and "Speaking Out": Rights Talk and the LGBTQ Community in the 1980s -- Introduction -- What Are Rights? Institutional Rights Scholars on the Limits and Possibilities of Law -- Rights Discourse Scholars on the Containing and Expansionist Potential in Law -- Data and Methods -- The Relationship between Rights Discourse and Issue Salience in the 1980s LGBTQ Community: An Overview -- Delving Deeper into the Letters: How the 1980s LGBTQ Community Conceived of Rights -- Rights Discourses on Both Sides of an Issue -- Rights Talk in Partisan Politics -- Rights Talk and Emerging and Disappearing Issues -- Conclusions -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Symposium Health and the Law: Protection, Promotion, Paternalism -- Reproductive Justice, Vaccine Refusal, and the Uneven Landscape of Choice -- Introduction -- Choice and Privilege -- Vaccines and Family Planning in Context -- Family Planning -- Legal Underpinnings of Public Health -- Facilitating Rights: Public Funding in Support of Choice -- Financially Investing in Vaccines -- Financially Investing in Family Planning -- Compulsion and Autonomy: Limits on Choice -- Compulsion and the Right to Refuse Vaccines -- Compulsion, Limited Choices, and the Right to Avoid or Pursue Reproduction -- Conclusion -- Note -- References
  • Rights of the Unvaccinated Child -- Introduction -- The Legal Framework -- Vaccines and the Decision Not to Vaccinate -- Parental Rights and Children's Rights -- Parental Rights, Children's Rights, and Vaccines -- Tort Liability -- Tort Liability: The Basic Case -- Parental Immunity, Its Effects, and Potential Reform -- Practical Issues -- Criminal Law -- State Laws That Can Be, or Have Been, Used to Handle Nonvaccination -- Is Criminal Law Appropriate? -- Religious Exemptions -- Injunctions and Enabling: Direct Mechanisms to Overcome Parental Opposition -- Vaccinating over the Parents' Will: Ordering Medical Treatment -- Life-Threatening versus Non-Life-Threatening Situations -- Chances of Success of the Treatment -- Risks of Treatment -- Invasiveness of the Treatment -- Children in the Custody of the State -- Custody Disputes between Parents -- Child Consent Laws -- The Role of School Immunization Requirements -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Policing Pleasure: A Sociolegal Framework for Understanding the Social Control of Desire -- Introduction: Making Sense of Pleasure -- Laying the Foundation: Making Sense of Pleasure through Theories of Institutions and Frontline Work -- Conceptualizing Pleasure -- Institutional Approaches to Frontline Work -- Frontline Work -- Toward an Inhabited Institutionalist Approach to Policing Pleasure -- Formal Rules: Institutional Mechanisms of Policing Pleasure -- Categorization -- Positioning Workers -- Empowering Workers through the Capacity to Categorize -- Disempowering Workers by Constraining Consequences -- Structuring Consequences -- Frontline Work: Interactional Mechanisms of Policing Pleasure -- Making Law on the Frontlines: Frontline Workers as Moral Gatekeepers -- Developing a Sociolegal Framework of Policing Pleasure -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References
  • Data Reuse and the Problem of Group Identity -- Introduction -- The Scope and Appeal of RePurposing Data -- Information Originally Collected in Medical Research and Reused in Research -- Information Originally Collected in Medical Treatment and Repurposed for Research -- Information Originally Collected for Research or Clinical Care and Reused for Public Health -- Information Originally Collected for Research or Clinical Care and Reused for Commercial Purposes -- The Precision Medicine Initiative and Information Reuse -- Fair Information Practices and Data ReUse: Individual Notice and Consent -- De-Identification -- Indirect Subjects in Research -- Groups and Identities -- Conclusion -- Note -- Acknowledgments -- References
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