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328 Pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

ISBN: 9780190053987

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Structural Injustice

Power, Advantage, and Human Rights

Madison Powers and Ruth Faden

  • Puts forward a groundbreaking theory of social injustice which forges links between human rights and fairness norms
  • Develops a theory which is built to fit a real-world characterization of deprivation, human rights violations, disadvantage, and unfair power relations within and across nations
  • Informed by and responsive to critical perspectives in social justice movements, including Black Lives Matter and #MeToo

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