Cusack examines case law and legislation in regards to reproduction, pregnancy, and infancy.
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Carmen M. Cusack is Instructor of Criminal Justice at Nova Southeastern University, USA.Review:
Carmen M. Cusack argues that personal, social, governmental, and interpersonal perspectives on pregnancy are contextualized by environmental conditions, such as culture, relative morality, law enforcement, Constitutional rights, and sociopsychology. Laws Relating to Sex, Pregnancy and Infancy will be immensely valuable as a textbook for students, handbook for scholars, and of general interest to specialists, such as medical and social services practitioners, criminal justice professionals, and people planning to become parents, undoubtedly. (Journal of Law and Social Deviance, Vol. 10, 2015)"
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