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Title: 女性主義轉移法律公、私界線之實踐:台灣的性騷擾立法探究
Authors: 陳素秋
Contributors: 政治學研究所
Keywords: 女性主義法學
feminist jurisprudence
public/private distinction
sexual harassment
Date: 2009
Issue Date: 2010-11-12T08:26:55Z
Abstract: 挑戰公、私界線是女性主義近年來對法律思想與體系,所提出重要且具影響力之批判,而此一女性主義法學挑戰也發生於台灣,並成功地影響了相關立法。然而,在這些女性主義法學主張落實為法律制度的過程裡,會與該社會場域中其他相關論述產生什麼樣的互動?這些互動又如何影響女性主義法學實現性別平等目的?這些議題的相關研究與討論目前似乎仍十分缺乏。
One significant contribution of the feminist movement in advancing gender equality is to challenge established public/private distinctions in legal systems. Over the past two decades, such feminist jurisprudential challenges to the public/private distinction have successfully been incorporated in the form of legal regulations in Taiwan. However, to date very little research examines how, during the process of forging them into law and implementing them in practice, these arguments are negotiated or compete with correlative discourses in Taiwan, or how these processes affect the enforcement of gender equality. To explore these issues, this study focuses on the jurisprudence of sexual harassment in Taiwan. Employing a Foucaultian perspective, which conceives an article of law as a living discourse operated in context and practice, this paper examines the forms of legal subjects assumed in the enactment of new regulations, and how the struggles between competing discourses lead to unexpected transformations in the original law.
This article argues that while sexual harassment regulation in Taiwan is highly influenced by American precedent, its translation into the context of a different Taiwanese public/private distinction has led, in practice, to the displacement of the very legal subject of the relational self which was originally employed to justify the jurisprudence of sexual harassment in America. The enactment of sexual harassment regulations also paradoxically creates a new field which enables the state’s surplus intervention into citizens’ lives, allowing the state’s moral disciplinary sanctions to sneak into a law intended to ensure gender equality.
Relation: 台灣社會研究季刊。(TSSCI期刊)。
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