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Focusing on the individual, legal liberalism overlooks those contextual and structural factors that give rise to social injustice

By focusing on the individual, legal liberalism overlooks those contextual and structural factors that give rise to social injustice, thus compounding those social injustices.’

With reference to Martha Fineman’s vulnerability theory and EITHER a) race OR b)disability, critically discuss this statement.

Choosing race,

1.Discuss either genital cutting or stop& search, not both

2.Mention Vulnerability Theory (VT)

3.Identify specifically contextual and structural factors as identifies as VT

Contextual factors: Something that contribute to the context (circumstances setting) of a feature/ practice/ issue etc

Structural factors: arise through a distinct social institution or through a consistent pattern of institutionalised relationship

4.Basic structure: case study (focus on given reading list) + VT (how they interact)

Requirements: 2000

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