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Feminist Judgments & #MeToo Margaret E. Johnson

By: Johnson, Margaret E.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Notre Dame Law Review.Publisher: University of Baltimore, 2018Subject(s): FEMINISM | JUSTICE | SEXUAL HARASSMENT | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | SOCIAL MEDIA | UNITED STATESOnline resources: Click here to access online In: Notre Dame Law Review, 2018, 94(1): 51-54Summary: The Feminist Judgments book series [US] and the #MeToo movement share the feminist method of narrative. Feminist Judgments is a scholarly project of rewriting judicial opinions using feminist legal theory. #MeToo is a narrative movement by people, primarily women, telling their stories of sexual harassment or assault. Both Feminist Judgments and #MeToo bring to the surface stories that have been silenced, untold, or overlooked. These narrative collections can and do effectuate genderjustice change by empowering people, changing perspectives, opening up new learning, and affecting future legal and nonlegal outcomes. (Author's opening paragraph). "Feminist judgments of Aotearoa New Zealand" (#5893) was published in 2017. Record #6030
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Notre Dame Law Review, 2018, 94(1): 51-54

The Feminist Judgments book series [US] and the #MeToo movement share the feminist method of narrative. Feminist Judgments is a scholarly project of rewriting judicial opinions using feminist legal theory. #MeToo is a narrative movement by people, primarily women, telling their stories of sexual harassment or assault. Both Feminist Judgments and #MeToo bring to the surface stories that have been silenced, untold, or overlooked. These narrative collections can and do effectuate genderjustice change by empowering people, changing perspectives, opening up new learning, and affecting future legal and nonlegal outcomes. (Author's opening paragraph). "Feminist judgments of Aotearoa New Zealand" (#5893) was published in 2017. Record #6030