LS308 Law and Society Unit 4 assignment

To name the injury or injustice is to define our own

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of naming. To name the injury or injustice is to define our own experience. The next step is blaming. We attribute fault to a person or institution or event that has caused the injury. We allow ourselves to experience the anger and hurt. The final step is claiming. We ask for reparations to be made and for this not to occur in the future. Thus we have acted in our own behalf, claimed our experience, and worked to change the outcome. The differences between Felstiner, Abel, and Sarat’s typology and Nader and Todd’s typology is that Nadar and Todd includes disputes as an essential part of the process, whereas Felstiner, Abel, and Sarat lays out all of the steps leading up to and before a dispute is formed.
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LS308 Law and Society Unit 4 assignment REFERENCES: Barkan, S. (2009) Law and Society: An Introduction. Prentice Hall. Pearson Education, Inc. Felstiner, W., Abel, R. and Sarat, A. (1980-1981) Law & Society Review Vol. 15, No. 3/4, Special Issue on Dispute Processing and Civil Litigation, pp. 631-654 Nader, L. and H. F. Todd (1978). The Disputing process : law in ten societies. New York, Columbia University Press.
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