5 edition of Challenging the public/private divide found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Susan B. Boyd.|
|Contributions||Boyd, Susan B.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1236.5.C2 C53 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 392 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||392|
|ISBN 10||0802007031, 0802076521|
|LC Control Number||97226789|
This chapter explores the multiple meanings below the surface of the concepts ‘public’ and ‘private’ and outlines the ways in which the public-private dichotomy retains utility in considerations of policing. The focus is upon the broad comparison between two analytically distinct versions of the public-private divide. The first type divides public from private by contrasting the. and challenges the public/private dichotomy. The contradiction is thrown into high relief in all facets of discrimination law. In respect of substance, the dualism manifests itself within the proscribed grounds as well as within the ambit of operation. In respect of procedure, the privatized nature of.
Within sociology, public and private spheres are thought of as two distinct realms in which people operate on a daily basis. The basic distinction between them is that the public sphere is the realm of politics where strangers come together to engage in the free exchange of ideas, and is open to everyone, whereas the private sphere is a smaller, typically enclosed realm (like a home) that is. (). The public/private divide: an analysis of American law relative to recruiting and transfer policies in interscholastic athletics. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics: Vol. 10, No. 3, pp.
The state’s Digital Divide Task Force has been working with a number of public and private entities including internet service providers to help bridge that gap, he said. As this paper highlights, leaders from both sectors name similar leadership challenges and prioritize them in parallel for the most part, but the unique setting and context found in the public sector leads to subtle, but very real and noteworthy differences. In the CCL research leadership challenges were assessed under these key headings.
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Challenging the Public/Private Divide provides a wealth of information and analysis on current issues in Canada society, from child care to violence against women.
Its impact will be felt in diverse disciplines, such as: law, public administration, political science, sociology, women's studies, and criminology.
Challenging the Public/Private Divide provides a wealth of information and analysis on current issues in Canada society, from child care to violence against women. Its impact will be felt in diverse disciplines, such as: law, public administration, Format: Paperback. As this book demonstrates, there are many aspects of the public/private divide, and these different aspects have various effects in many legal spheres.
In this chapter I focus primarily on the construction of the state (as represented by the federal government) as the public sphere and the family as the private. CHALLENGING THE PUBLIC/PRIVATE DIVIDE: FEMINISM, LAW, AND PUBLIC POLICY, Susan B.
Boyd, ed., University of Toronto Press, Posted: 27 Nov Last revised: 2 Dec See all articles by Susan B. BoydCited by: Challenging the public/private divide: feminism, law, and public policy, edited by Susan B. Boyd. (cloth: alk. paper), Toronto Public Library.
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questions about the legal efforts to transform the public/private divide to date, arguing that they remain imprisoned within the ideological framework of the public/private divide, despite their challenges to the boundaries of the divide.
I point to the complexity of developing strategies that both take. The so-called public/private divide features throughout the law and scholar-ship on judicial review, cleaving public and private bodies, functions, inter-ests, remedies and law.1 It has been asked whether there is or should be a public/private distinction made by judicial review,2 but there has scarcely been.
distinguish between public and private law, by examining the definition of public body for judicial review claims and the meaning of public authorities by virtue of the HRA It will analyse the difficulties of the public/private divide and consider whether the distinction should be abolished or maintained.
The public/private divide. Print book: State or province government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Feminist scholars in disciplines ranging from law to geography challenge our traditional notion of a public/private divide in legal and public policy in Canada and internationally.
Feminist scholars in disciplines ranging from law to geography challenge our traditional notion of a public/private divide in legal and public policy in Canada and internationally Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. A dispute in Maryland over whether prestigious private schools can teach in person during the coronavirus pandemic highlights a national divide.
By. Common Values and the Public Private Divide Book Summary: This text is a critical study of the public/private law divide in the common law tradition. Professor Oliver's starting point is that special substantive duties of legality, fairness and rationality are imposed by the common law on bodies discharging public functions, but not always on bodies discharging what are considered 'private.
The Book of Trespass: Crossing the Lines that Divide Us is published tomorrow by Bloomsbury at £ To order your copy, call. This text is a critical study of the public/private law divide in the common law tradition.
Professor Oliver's starting point is that special substantive duties of legality, fairness and rationality are imposed by the common law on bodies discharging public functions, but not always on bodies discharging what are considered 'private' functions. public and private involvement in managing and funding schools, and examines how these types of involvement are related to socio-economic stratification between publicly and privately managed schools.
it also shows that in. The public-private divide is one of the 21 st century’s flat earth theories. Its conceptions of private rights and obligations and limitations on state power are commonly used in corporate law, contract law and numerous other fields of legal, political, economic and other social scientific research.
The World Trade Center experience in the aftermath of 9/11 and the response to Hurricane Katrina demonstrated many factors that can exacerbate the public-private divide: Private assets may have conflict-of-interest issues when participating in public management.
Public agency officials may be reluctant to accept high-level management advice. BOOKS. The Public - Private Law Divide. The Public - Private Law Divide 1st May ISBN Buy now for £ (Members) Administrative law scholarship has taken up these challenges.
The core scientific development is a shift away from the control (ie courtroom) perspective towards a perspective of governance. Tag: Public/private divide. From the abstract to the concrete: urban design as a mechanism of behaviour change and social exclusion way in which it depicts the contested character of public space and the inherent porosity of the boundary between the public and the private This short film challenges the stereoytypes that Dudley presents.
i Challenging the Public/Private Divide: An Overview SUSAN B. BOYD 3 PART 1 THE ROLE OF THE STATE: SOME HISTORIES 2 Restructuring Public and Private: Women's Paid and Unpaid Work PAT ARMSTRONG 37 3 A Little Sex Can Be a Dangerous Thing: Regulating Sexuality, Venereal Disease, and Reproduction in British Columbia, DOROTHY E.
CHUNN Challenged in the Monroe, MI public schools () as required reading in a modem novel course for high school juniors and seniors because of the book's language and the way women are portrayed.
Retained on the Round Rock, TX Independent High School reading list () after a challenge that the book was too violent.The Public Service Transformation Network has formed a ‘Service Transformation Challenge Panel’ made up of experts from across the public and private sectors to seek out the best examples of change in service delivery from across the country and report back to the government.