Society - Notes on Society Fraser posits that...

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Notes on Society Fraser posits that transformative remedies to socio-economic and culturalsymbolic injustices are less problematic when pursued simultaneously. However, it is this aspect of her model that presents the greatest difficulties when considering remedies for the injustices experienced by First Nations Peoples.14 While her idea of a transformative approach to redistribution may be consistent with some First Nations’ notions of sharing the means of subsistence and a common stewardship over the land and resources, the “deconstructive” remedy Fraser offers in response to cultural-symbolic injustices would appear to threaten the very existence of First Nations as distinct entities. In her more recent work, however, Fraser has argued that she is not suggesting that collective identities need to be done away with altogether; instead, she emphasizes the need for a deconstruction of the valuation structures that serve to malign certain collectivities (Fraser, 2000a). She calls for a
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