Vol 5, No 1 (2015)

Indignation, Socio-economic Inequality and the Role of Law

(January-March)

Issue edited by Jane Matthews Glenn (McGill University), Anneke Smit (University of Windsor) and Véronique Fortin (University of California, Irvine).

Table of Contents

Introduction

Editors’ Introduction: Indignation, Socio-economic Inequality and the Role of Law PDF
Jane Matthews Glenn, Anneke Smit, Véronique Fortin 1-7
Who Wants a Fat Child?: Care for Obese Children in Weight Obsessed Societies PDF
W.A. Bogart 8-28
Moving Beyond Indignation: Stakeholder Tactics, Legal Tools and Community Benefits in Large-Scale Redevelopment Projects PDF
Lisa Bornstein, Krista Leetmaa 29-50
Farmers, Milk Prices and Rural Indignation PDF
Michael N. Cardwell 51-72
The Social Tenant, the Law and the UK’s Politics of Austerity PDF
Helen P Carr, Dave Cowan 73-89
Indignation and Intelligibility: Contradictions that Place Vulnerable Populations ‘Off the Grid’ PDF
Susan Bibler Coutin, Barbara Yngvesson 90-113
Occupation, Exclusion and the “Homeless Problem” during Occupy Montreal PDF
Véronique Fortin 114-134
The Canadian Wheat Board, Socio-economic Vulnerability and the Neo-liberal State PDF
Jane Matthews Glenn 135-161
Taxation’s Troubling Toxicity PDF
Janet E. Milne, Jack Miller 162-205
Privately Owned Public Spaces: the Internet and the Shaping of a New Breed of Consumers. From Participants to Users PDF
Salvatore Poier 206-217
Rebuscadores: Indignation about the Legal Misrecognition of the Most Vulnerable Segment of the Working Poor in Bogotá PDF
Laura Porras 218-236
“Bread and Roses”: Economic Justice and Constitutional Rights PDF
Colleen Sheppard 237-257
Expropriation and the Socio-Economic Status of Neighbourhoods in Canada: Equal Sharing of the Public Interest Burden? PDF
Anneke Smit 258-279
Zone Restrictions Orders in Canadian Courts and the Reproduction of Socio-Economic Inequality PDF
Marie-Eve Sylvestre, Dominique Bernier, Celine Bellot 280-297
“De Beach Belong to We!” Socio-economic Disparity and Islanders’ Rights of Access to the Coast in a Tourist Paradise PDF
Christine Toppin-Allahar 298-317
Looking for the revolution: fighting for socioeconomic rights and democracy in Tunisia PDF
Valeria Verdolini 318-340


Oñati Socio-Legal Series | OSLS | ISSN: 2079-5971 http://opo.iisj.net/
Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law - Instituto Internacional de Sociología Jurídica de Oñati
Antigua Universidad s/n - Apdo. 28 - 20560 Oñati - Gipuzkoa - Spain
T: (+34) 943 783064 F: (+34) 943 783147 E: opo@iisj.es

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.