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Judicial Power and National Politics, Second Edition
Courts and Gender in the Religious-Secular Conflict in Israel
Judicial Power and National Politics, Second Edition
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Patricia J. Woods - Author
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Hardcover - 268 pages
Release Date: March 2017
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ISBN13: 978-1-4384-6207-3

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Paperback - 268 pages
Release Date: July 2017
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ISBN13: 978-1-4384-6206-6

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Chronicles the conflict between religious and secular forces in Israel.

In Judicial Power and National Politics, Second Edition, Patricia J. Woods returns to an issue that has only grown in relevance since the first edition’s publication in 2008: the religious-secular conflict in Israel. The first edition focused on the role that courts and justices play in deeply charged political battles. In the last quarter of the twentieth century, social groups turned to the judicial arm of the state in an effort to force the state to change its laws and policies on religious personal status law, or family law. Through an extensive case study of the interactions of the women’s movement with the High Court of Justice, Woods argues that the most important determining factor explaining when, why, and how national courts enter into the world of divisive politics is found in the intellectual or judicial communities with whom justices live, work, and think about the law. The interaction among members of this community over time culminates in new legal norms. This second edition takes into account what has happened in the past decade, with public debate over religion and the state moving away from the court and into the realm of popular politics—on the Knesset floor, in the media, in shopping malls, and on the streets. Included for the first time is the dataset for the author’s national survey of women’s movement volunteers.

Patricia J. Woods is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Florida.


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Table of Contents

Preface to the Second Edition
Introductory Remarks from the Introduction to the First Edition
Acknowledgments

1. Judicial Power and National Politics in Israel: Religious-Secular Conflict

2. Women’s Movement Mobilization

3. The Irony of State Incorporation

4. Cause Lawyers and Judicial Community

5. A New High Court Mission

6. Social Movements and Changing Language of the Court

Conclusions
Appendix A
Appendix B
Notes
Glossary
References
Index


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