Vol 5, No 1 (2015)

Indignation, Socio-economic Inequality and the Role of Law


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

Table of Contents


Editors’ Introduction: Indignation, Socio-economic Inequality and the Role of Law PDF
Jane Matthews Glenn, Anneke Smit, Véronique Fortin 1-7

Thematic Articles

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

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