Law & Psychology Review
A line demarking the propriety of state intervention into the lives of individuals has never been adequately drawn. It is not surprising that such a line is practically nonexistent, from the point of view of legal analysis, when the people subject to intervention are considered mentally retarded. Too infrequently the medical and privacy rights of these individuals go unrecognized and unheeded. There are several factors which collectively account for this.
University of Alabama School of Law
Disability, Sterilization, Psychology
Disability Law | Law | Law and Psychology
Monroe E. Price & Robert A. Burt,
Sterilization, State Action, and the Concept of Consent,
Law & Psychol. Rev.