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After privacy : a feminist analysis of preference regulation in the liberal state

Author: Anita L Allen
Publisher: New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011.
Series: Studies in feminist philosophy
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anita L Allen
ISBN: 9780195141375 0195141377 9780195141382 0195141385
OCLC Number: 751711574
Description: 1 volume ; 24 cm.
Contents: Preface IntroductionChapter 1: Privacies Not Wanted1. Everyday Meanings of Privacy2. Privacy Law 3. Are Paternalistic Privacy Policies Justified?4. Should there be a Right to Waive Privacy Protection?5. When and why Impose Unpopular Privacy6. Feminist Skepticism7. Libertarian Skepticism8. The Context9. Neglected Rights, Forgotten Duties 10. Opportunity Imperative or Experience Imperative?11. Justification and Practical Limits12. Constraining State Domination13. ConclusionPart I: Physical Privacies--Place and BodyChapter 2: Isolation and Confinement 1. Solitude2. Getting Away, Hiding Away3. Stuck at Home: Flaneur and Hausfrau4. Sanctuary5. Interrupted: Do Not Call6. Put Away: Imprisonment 7. Shut Away: Quarantine 8. ConclusionChapter 3: Modesty 1. The Hijab2. Using Law against Norms, Niqab 3. Modesty, the Analysis 3.1 General Modesty 3.2 Bodily (and Sexual) Modesty4. Modesty Rights 4.1 Religious Freedom 4.2 Individuality 4.3 Uniformity and Public Service 4.4 A Peculiar Modesty, Bias in US Law 5. Undressing Girls or Addressing Social Problems?6. ConclusionChapter 4: Nudity 1. Barnes Case: Legal Moralism2. City of Erie Case: Harm Principle3. Canadian Cases 3.1 Tremblay: Community Tolerance 3.2 Mara: Look, Don't Touch4. Modesty on the Run 4.1 Conditions of Work 4.2 Mutual Disrespect5. ConclusionPart II: Information Privacies Chapter 5: Confidentiality 1. The Practice of Confidentiality 1.1 Relationships and Occupations 1.2 Documents, Records, Spaces 1.3 Overlapping and Conflicting Directives 2. Law, Coercion and Justice 2.1 Law-making as Practical Compromise 2.2 Sanction and Deterrence3. The Right to Say What You Know4. Paid for Silence5. Flourishing in a Free Society 6. Confidentiality in Context7. Health Care 7.1 Laws Mandating Health Privacy 7.2 Mental Health 7.3 Waiver 7.4 Exception8. Conclusion Chapter 6: Racial Privacy 1. What is "Sensitive Data"? 2. A Missing Jurisprudence 2.1 An Unpopular Referendum 2.2 Recognition in the Courtroom 2.3 Profiling in New Hampshire 2.4 Lessons from Georgia 2.5 Politics and Race in Illinois 2.6 Racial Privacy Outweighed3. Ambivalence and Paradox4. Secrets and Sensitivities5. Persecution6. Political Liberalism: The Question of Impartiality7. Private Association and Civil Rights8. ConclusionChapter 7: The Privacy Give-Away1. The Federal Privacy Statutes2. Many Statutes, Inadequate Protection3. Practical Obscurity: A Swam Song After the Web4. Give Away, Take Away 5. Life Logs6. Conclusion: Caring About Not Caring About PrivacyChapter 8: Popular Paternalism 1. Paternalistic Mandates2. A Job for the Nanny State3. The Children's Internet Privacy Law4. Fair Information Practices5. A Law in Action6. Why Age 13?7. Is the Paternalism Justified?8. Do Young Adults Need Paternalistic Laws, Too?Afterword
Series Title: Studies in feminist philosophy
Responsibility: Anita L. Allen.


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