Regulating Girls And Women: Sexuality, Family And The Law In Ontario, 1920 1960 by Joan Sangster
Analyzing key examples of the sexual and familial regulation (through the law) of girls and women in twentieth-century Canada, this work explores the ways in which class, race, and gender shape the definition and punishment of criminality. It also examines the changing social and legal definitions of normal versus criminal sexual and family relationships, using case studies of incest, childhood sexual abuse, wife assault, prostitution, girls in conflict with the law, and Native women and the law.
Oxford University Press, 2001.
ISBN: 9780195416633. 277 pp.
Softcover. Near fine.