From Spiritual Descriptions to Legal Prescriptions: Religious Imagery of Woman as "Fetal Container" in the Law
Peach, Lucinda J.
Journal of Law and Religion. 1993-1994; 10(1): 73-93.
Abortion; Autonomy; Cesarean Section; Drug Abuse; Discrimination; Employment; Females; Fetal Therapy; Fetuses; Freedom; Health; Health Hazards; Historical Aspects; Infertility; Injuries; Judicial Action; Law; Legal Aspects; Legislation; Marital Relationship; Mothers; Natural Law; Prenatal Injuries; Privacy; Pregnancy; Religion; Reproduction; Rights; Roman Catholics; Sexuality; Social Discrimination; State Interest; Supreme Court Decisions; Surrogate Mothers; Treatment Refusal; Women's Rights;
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