Social Justice: Theories, Issues, and Movements

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INDEX
Abelove, Henry, 154
aboriginal, 109, and dreamtime, 113, 117
Abu El-Haj, Thea, 77
Acorn, Annalise, 63, 65
ACT-UP, 170
actuarial justice, 53–54, 211
Adeola, F. O., 96
African National Congress, 180–181
Agozino, Biko, 122
Agyeman, Julian, 93, 95, 96, 107
Ahmad, Eqbal, 188
Aiyer, Ananthakrishman, 85, 88, 89, 90
Al Qaeda, 79
Albany model, ix
Alper, Donald, 175
alternative dispute resolution (ADR), 62–63
alternative dispute settlements, 105
Annas, Catherine, 117
antifoundationalists, 132. See also Derrida, Rorty
apartheid, 179–184; and deconstruction, 218
Aquinas, St. Thomas, 14–15, 207
Arab, 123, 188–190
Aristotle, 13–14
Aronowitz, Stanley, 78, 79
Arrigo, Bruce, 26, 63, 71, 135, 139, 150, 151, 176–177, 214
Asch, Michael, 111
Asian American Crits, 150, 153–154; consciousness raising, 154; Korematsu v. United States, 153; Ku Klux Klan, 154; origins, 153; outsider jurisprudence, 154; as perfect minority, 153; racist speech and First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, 153–154; R.A.V.v. City of St. Paul, 154; as scapegoats, 153; without support by other disenfranchised, 153; “words are part of the struggle,” 153 (see also discourse and justice)
Astor, Hilary, 60
Augustine, St., 14
autonomia movement in Italy, 216
Bachelet, Michelle, 192
Bacon, Sir Francis, 15
Baker, Ella, 165–166, 169; and fight for inclusive practices, 166, 178
Baker v. Vermont, 155
Balbus, Isaac, 146, 159
Baldus study, 144
Barger, W. K., 173, 174
Barker, Colin, 190, 191
Barlow, Jeffrey, 78, 79, 81
Barry, Brian, 16
Bartlett, K., 111, 148
Bassiouni, M., 182, 184
Bator, Paul, 208
Baxstrom v. Herald, 54
Beccaria, Cesare, 46
Beck, Ulrich, 54, 78, 79, 91, 210
Been, Vicki, 103
Bell, Derrick, 143, 160
Benatar, Solomon, 84, 89
Bennet, Scott, 162
Berman, Harold, 55

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