Despite its social importance the topic of the significance of race and gender in the law of torts has not received sustained attention largely because on its surface the world of torts appears divided between those who suffer injury and those who inflict injury categories that are race and gender neutral. In the measure of injury race gender and tort law ohio state university moritz college of law professor martha chamallas and jennifer wriggins a university of maine school of law professor put tort law under a critical magnifying glass and reveal with extraordinary clarity the pervasive effects of race and gender in the law of torts effects often not visible upon a cursory glance . The measure of injury race gender and tort law ebook written by martha chamallas jennifer b wriggins read this book using google play books app on your pc android ios devices download for offline reading highlight bookmark or take notes while you read the measure of injury race gender and tort law. In the measure of injury race gender and tort law martha chamallas and jennifer b wriggins explore how the social identity of victims and cultural views on gender and race affect contemporary tort law in the us while tort law has generally been seen as a domain where victims are viewed without attention to their gender or race4 1. Martha chamallas and jennifer wriggins the measure of in jury race gender and tort law new york new york university press 2010 288 pp 4000 cloth the measure of injury race gender and tort law by martha chamallas and jennifer wriggins is a comprehensive analysis of tort law written from a feminist perspective
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