Martha Minow, About Women, About Culture: About Them, About Us, Daedalus Fall 2000, at 125.
Abstract: Human rights concerns over cultural practices like female genital cutting and arranged marriages extend to female children, and sometimes to all children, but the examples that recur involve the bodies and social roles of women and girls. Minow explores these issues and argues that the central focus should be the children as opposed to the women. Reprinted as a chapter in: Engaging Cultural Differences: The Multicultural Challenge in Liberal Democracies (Richard Shweder, Martha Minow & Hazel Rose Markus eds., Russell Sage Found. 2002).