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Examining frontiers of discrimination
Do single workers without children face a new form of marital and parental status discrimination and, if so, what, if anything, should be done about it? Those are the questions Jones asks in a new work. Examining the concerns of these workers, she argues, “not only forces reexamination of the ways in which laws and practices transmit ideas about relationships; this analysis tests and exposes assumptions Americans may hold about autonomy and solitude.
— “Single and Childfree! Reassessing Parental and Marital Status Discrimination,” 46 Arizona State Law Journal 1253-1346 (Winter 2014)