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This quantity examines various advancements within the evolution of public coverage associations for remedying social difficulties. The amassed chapters tackle the transformation of social difficulties, social difficulties paintings, and social difficulties strategies within the context of legal justice, psychological future health, and group associations (schools) in modern society. those different settings and associations jointly mirror a development towards using a variety of 'treatment' projects inside of formal disciplinary platforms and as a part of legalistic social keep watch over options. even if all the remedial ways thought of are 'new' within the feel of being contemporary ideas, many are just the newest in an extended series of coverage projects. The participants to the gathering show that fresh differences in remedial methods to social difficulties and the demanding situations confronted via such coverage tasks are as a lot a functionality of what has come prior to as they're in their personal inherent beneficial properties.
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Mitchell – Oral Arguments) By this view, hate crime law involving sentencing enhancement is indeed an expression, but an expression of censorship, an expression of thought control, which opens the ﬂoodgate for policing all types of viewpoints, not just ‘‘crude and ugly’’ ones. Previous analysis has already suggested the rhetorical and practical importance of such ﬂoodgate-type arguments in the opposition to hate crime law (Berard, 2005a). It should be noted that in the Wisconsin v. Mitchell case, Mitchell’s attorney was stating an objection that had been accepted by the Wisconsin Supreme Court, which saw the state’s statute as punishing ‘‘offensive thought’’ and punishing motive.
Lawrence, F. (1999). Punishing hate: Bias crimes under American law. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Lawrence, F. (2006). The hate crime project and its limitations: evaluating the societal gains and risk in bias crime law enforcement. The George Washington University Law School Public Law and Legal Theory Working Paper No. 216, Legal Studies Research Paper No. 216. , & Amster, S. (2007). Making hate history: Hate crime and policing in America’s most diverse city. American Behavioral Scientist, 51(2), 319–348.
Skillen’s insight relates to the slippery slope of proliferating interpretations of law’s expressed meanings. Indeed there is a slippery slope when we consider all the plausible claims that might be made about what law expresses. This point is both alluded to and arguably represented by one of the more recent contributions on expressive law, applied to the topic of equal protection (Hellman, 2000). But after realizing the potential for a slippery slope, important and modest analytic constraints can be adopted to prevent undue slippage.