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Lori Gail Beaman (born 1963) is a Canadian academic. Defining Harm: Religious Freedom and the Limits of the Law. 2008. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

Lori Gail Beaman (born 1963) is a Canadian academic.

Defining Harm offers a genealogy of religious freedom in a social climate of risk and fear. A powerful examination of the governance of a religious citizen and of the limits of religious freedom, this book demonstrates that the stakes in debates on religious freedom are not just about beliefs and practices but also have implications for the construction of citizenship in a diverse nation.

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Faculty of Law, Institute of Comparative Law, and Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism, McGill University, Montreal, QC Canada. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 18 July 2014.

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Defining Harm explores the ways in which religion and religious freedom are conceptualized and regulated in a cultural context of fear of the "other" and religious "extremism. Download (1. MB). The Distinctiveness Of Religion In American Law: Rethinking Religion Clause Jurisprudence. Reading for the Law: British Literary History and Gender Advocacy.

In the past several years religion has increasingly become an integral component of discussions about diversity and multiculturalism in Canada. Of particular concern has been the formulation of limits on religious freedom. Defining Harm explores the ways in which religion and religious freedom are conceptualized and regulated in a cultural context of fear of the "other" and religious "extremism."Drawing from literature on risk society, governance, feminist legal theory, and religious rights, Lori Beaman looks at the case of Jehovah’s Witness Bethany Hughes who was denied her right to refuse treatment on the basis of her religious conviction. The B.H. case, as it was known in the courts, reflects a particular moment in the socio-legal treatment of religious freedom and reveals the specific intersection of religious, medical, legal, and other discourses in the governance of the religious citizen.A powerful examination of the governance of a religious citizen and of the limits of religious freedom, this book demonstrates that the stakes in debates on religious freedom are not just about beliefs and practices but also have implications for the construction of citizenship in a diverse nation.
Defining Harm: Religious Freedom and the Limits of the Law (Law and Society (Hardcover)) download epub
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Author: Lori G. Beaman
ISBN: 0774814292
Category: History
Subcategory: World
Language: English
Publisher: UBC Press (January 18, 2008)
Pages: 185 pages