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The Law of Discrimination: Cases and Perspectives

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Edition: 1st ed., 2011


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The Law of Discrimination: Cases and Perspectives's major pedagogical objective is to guide students through the increasingly complex field of discrimination cases and doctrine, and to offer a diversity of perspectives that underpin or challenge the canon. While most of the seminal cases included in this casebook, like most civil rights casebooks, involve discrimination based on race, The Law of Discrimination discusses protections for other classes, including women, language minorities, older workers, and the disabled. Affirmative action, an important component of discrimination law, is also covered extensively. In addition, several perspectives on discrimination law are presented. These perspectives offer students insights into intellectual frameworks that shape opinions and doctrines. They also provide students with conceptual tools for challenging received traditions in discrimination law --"thinking outside the box." In sum, this casebook covers more ground than the typical civil rights casebook.


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ISBN 9781422480380
Edition 1st ed., 2011
Publisher LexisNexis/Matthew Bender