Requirements: 10 pages. Title Pagenot part of the 10 page requirement: 12-point font with 1inch margins, Times New Roman, page numbers, correctly cited bibliography (citation style is noted in syllabus). Avoid first person narrative.
(You will lose points for not these requirements)
You must use citation style noted in syllabus. Please remember the cardinal rule: IF IN DOUBT, CITE.
Dont forget to include your thesis statement and roadmap in your first paragraph (you will lose a significant number of points if your thesis statement and roadmap does not appear in your first paragraph).
Respond to the following statement:
There exists a double-edged nature to law: it creates both uncontested constraints on action as well as the basis of future contestation of existing norms.
First, using articles that we have read during the second half of this semester (McGuire and Palmer (Issue Fluidity) to Haltom and McCann (Distorting the Law)), discuss when disputes are transformed and not transformed into an object of contestation and what resources are utilized? For example, when do individuals and or groups move towards contesting that their rights have been or are being violated? Second, describe the limitations to individuals and or groups attempting to change existing norms? This should include, but is not limited to, such discussions of strategic actors, issue fluidity, legitimacy and the myth of rights. Finally, discuss whether the Court is an avenue for social change and can social change be achieved? Make sure to use theories and case studies we have discussed and current examples.
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