Two dimensions


  • Distributive Justice
  • Equality of Opportunity (Lynch)
  • Equality of Outcome (Lynch)
  • Justice from Freedom of Oppressive Relations (Young) – pulled both together – five faces of oppression
  • Relationship Justice – nature of relationships in a structured society
  • Neo-Fabian and Post-Mod of Neutrality
  • Freedom from Oppression (being oppressed doesn’t rule out the opportunity of being the oppressed)
  • Rahls piece == defines good space
  • Gerwitz’s position takes young incorporates Frazier’s technique

Challenges and strengths


Look Beyond the field of educational

Queer theory