306.660.01 LEGAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUES IN THE REGULATION OF INTIMACY
Examines the ways in which the state regulates intimate and private relations and the justifications for such regulation. Particularly focuses on the attention paid to the public health and morality justifications offered by the state for the enactment and enforcement of privacy laws. Topics include: when state regulation of intimate decisions, actions and relationships is justified; the regulation of consensual sexual activity; the regulation of contraception and abortion; the regulation of same-sex sexual activity; and the regulation of same-sex marriage.
- Tuesday 3:30 - 4:50
- Thursday 3:30 - 4:50