Who's the father? Rethinking the moral'crime'of'paternity fraud'

@article{Cannold2008WhosTF,
  title={Who's the father? Rethinking the moral'crime'of'paternity fraud'},
  author={L. Cannold},
  journal={Womens Studies International Forum},
  year={2008},
  volume={31},
  pages={249-256}
}
  • L. Cannold
  • Published 2008
  • Psychology
  • Womens Studies International Forum
In Australia, men's mobilisation around discrepant paternity has led to numerous father-favouring changes to family law. Despite this, feminists have been slow to interrogate discrepant paternity discourse. In this article, I analyse and respond to the empirical and normative assertions contained in what Father's Rights discourse calls “paternity fraud”. Fathers' rights discourse asserts that paternity fraud is rampant and harms men by denying them the biological experience of fatherhood and a… Expand

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