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- Discrimination in the Eyes of the Law: How "Color Blindness" Discourse Disrupts and Rationalizes Social Stratification
- Reva B. Siegel
- California Law Review, Vol. 88, No. 1, The Brennan Center Symposium on Constitutional Law (Jan., 2000), pp. 77-118
- Subjects: Law, Feminist & Women's Studies, Sociology
- Key terms: antidiscrimination, blindness, stratification, practice, gender, supra, color, status, discrimination, inequality, discourse, racial, sociohistorical, sociological, claim, distributive, sustain, account, colorblind, harassment, hereinaft, equality, legal, protection, woman
- CiteRank: 0.569
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