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  1. Identities in Reconstruction: From Rights of Recognition to Reflection in Post-Disaster Reconstruction Processes. [REVIEW]Jane Krishnadas - 2007 - Feminist Legal Studies 15 (2):137-165.
    This article examines the role of rights in both governing and shaping women’s relationship with the reconstruction process and their position in the reconstructed society. Through four years of empirical research in the post-earthquake reconstruction process in Maharashtra, India, this article focuses upon how women’s rights in social reconstruction are contingent upon processes of recognition. From the United Nations to local women’s organising, the article considers how women’s rights to “determine the pattern of their lives and the future of society” (...)
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  • Assessing Baselines for Identifying Harm: Tricky Cases and Childhood.Monique Jonas - 2016 - Res Publica 22 (4):387-404.
    Baselines are commonly used to enable harm identification. The temporal, the counterfactual and the duty-based normative baselines are the most prominent. Each of these captures an aspect of common conceptions of what it is to harm and be harmed. However, each baseline also fails to deliver workable identifications of harm when presented with certain types of case. Problematic cases are found readily in childhood, a venue in which harm identification is often called for. Without a reliable means of identifying harm (...)
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