Feminist Dichotomy

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What differentiates disability discrimination law from traditional discrimination law is that disability law requires distinct treatment of an protected class, at the same time accounting for the dependency of employees, importance of strategic communication in the pursuit of goals, and the overall interest of noeclaimants make up for disability discrimination law distinguishable. Of course you may find that there is a little overlap between the two, that is permissible. For four decades-a strong consensus that intentional discrimination on the basis of sex and race by landlord, and places of public accommodation is prohibited by law. Surprisingly enough the only harsh critics to laws that may protect individuals on the adjacent of discrimination…show more content…
Their have been several attempts to explore the significant issues affecting disabled women, while exploring the aspect of “a feminist theory of disability”. Feminist studies have generated a mixture of perspectives that reinvented crucial issues such as the dichotomy between “public and private” realms of participation and the overall meaning sexuality. Feminist theory analyzes the status of women in a society with the purpose of using that knowledge found to better women lives, and informed others of the inequality if found. Disability can be perceived by the courts as a similar portrayal of of gender in the classic cases of Muller V. Oregon and Adkins V. Childrens Hospital. These cases revolved about the musical interpretation of “Woman’s physical structure, and how she will perform. In Muller V. Oregon (208 U.S. 412, 1908) what was at stake is weather the Constitution permits states power to pass laws to protect the health of its employees. The overall question the Supreme Court had to answer was is weather state law setting a maximum wordy for women is
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