Labour Law, Family Law and Care: A Plea for Convergence

Nicole Busby

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Abstract

This chapter explores how labour law's ability to respond to the challenges of the paid work/unpaid care interface is hindered by law's internal classifications which represent institutional barriers of the type defined by Fineman in her work on vulnerability.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationVulnerabilities, Care and Family Law
EditorsJulie Wallbank, Jonathan Herring
Pages181-198
Number of pages18
Publication statusPublished - 6 Dec 2013

Keywords

  • family law
  • labour law
  • family care

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    Busby, N. (2013). Labour Law, Family Law and Care: A Plea for Convergence. In J. Wallbank, & J. Herring (Eds.), Vulnerabilities, Care and Family Law (pp. 181-198)