FAMILIES, CITIZENSHIP AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN A GLOBAL ERA (2017)

Volume XLVIII                              SUMMER                                        Number 3, 2017

 

SPECIAL ISSUE

 

FAMILIES, CITIZENSHIP, AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN A GLOBAL ERA

   

CONTENTS

Guest Editor Comments............................................................................................ 275

Abstracts................................................................................................................. 281

PARENTING, CITIZENSHIP AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN A NEOLIBERAL  ERA

Parental Citizenship by Daphna Hacker....................................................................... 285

Parenting as a Public Problem in a Neoliberal Era: A Changing Regime

in France? by Claude Martin..................................................................................... 303

Between Social Rights and Human Rights: Israeli Mothers’ Right to be Protected from Poverty and Prostitution by Einat Lavee and

Orly Benjamin.......................................................................................................... 315

Care, Family Policy and Social Citizenship in South Africa by  Marlize

Rabe........................................................................................................................ 327

FAMILIES, HUMAN RIGHTS AND NEGOTIATED  CITIZENSHIP

Trapped Between National Boundaries and Patriarchal Structures: Palestinian Bedouin Women and Polygamous Marriage in Israel  by

Rawia Aburabia........................................................................................................ 339

Gendered Penalties of Divorce on Remarriage in Nigeria: A Qualitative Study by Suleman Ibrahim Lazarus, Michael Rush,

Edward T. Dibiana, and Claire P. Monks...................................................................... 351

Changing Measures of the Quantum of Sufficient Germanness: Access to German Citizenship of Children of German/Non-German Parentage, and Children Eligible Under Jus Soli Provisions by

Dani Kranz............................................................................................................... 367

   

FAMILIES, CITIZENSHIP AND HUMAN RIGHTS: THE LEGAL  DISCOURSE

How European Immigration Policies Interfere with Transnational

Couples’ Citizenship by Beate Collet........................................................................... 381

“We Are Citizens”—Vulnerability and Privilege in the Experiences

of Israeli Gay Men with Surrogacy in India by Sibylle Lustenberger……………………….393

 

 ©Journal of Comparative Family Studies Volume XLVIII Number 3 Summer 2017

BIOGRAPHIES:

 

Sylvie Fogiel-Bijaoui is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the College of Management, Academic Studies in Israel. She specializes on equality in (post)modern societies, gender, family, citizenship and human rights.

Zvi Triger is an associate professor at the Striks School of Law, The College of Management Academic Studies in Israel. He is an expert on contract law and family law. His research looks at the relationship between law and culture and focuses on gender equality and LGBT rights.

 

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