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by Jennifer E Spreng

eBook Abortion and Divorce Law in Ireland download ISBN: 0786416750
Author: Jennifer E Spreng
Publisher: McFarland & Company (September 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 259
ePub: 1797 kb
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Category: Act
Subcategory: Constitutional Law

This book examines Irish abortion and divorce law in their historical, religious, and cultural contexts

This book examines Irish abortion and divorce law in their historical, religious, and cultural contexts. Its main focus is on the well-publicized referenda and court cases of the 1980s and 1990s, with special attention given to their roots and potential long-term effects on the communitarian Irish culture and opportunities for Irish women.

Abortion and Divorce Law. has been added to your Cart. Jennifer E. Spreng, an assistant professor of law, teaches constitutional law at Phoenix School of Law in Phoenix, Arizona.

This book examines Irish abortion and divorce law in their historical, religious, and cultural contexts

This book examines Irish abortion and divorce law in their historical, religious, and cultural contexts.

This book examines Irish abortion and divorce law in their historical, religious, and cultural contexts.

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In 1991, the people of Ireland elected Mary Robinson, a women's rights crusader who supported legalized birth control and divorce, as their president. The country seemed poised for massive social and legal change, but it became apparent that even though Ireland at the dawn of the 21st century would be very different from the Ireland of the past, many fundamentals would remain the same. This book examines Irish abortion and divorce law in their historical, religious, and cultural contexts. Its main focus is on the well-publicized referenda and court cases of the 1980s and 1990s, with special attention given to their roots and potential long-term effects on the communitarian Irish culture and opportunities for Irish women. The author identifies and discusses three forces that have affected Irish law and mores, especially those relating to abortion and divorce: economic insecurity; a sense of group loyalty and identification, particularly within families and churches; and Catholic teaching about the common good.