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Decolonizing subjectivity: the legal subject’s encounter with forms of governance on a school market?

Conference contribution
Authors David Jivegård
Published in INTEGRATION AND DIMENSIONS OF BELONGING, Conference October 17th 2019, Faculty of Law, Lund University
Publication year 2019
Published at Department of Law
Language en
Keywords School segregation; Legal philosophy;
Subject categories Sociology of Law, Jurisprudence

Abstract

The presentation discussed two historical views on the legal subject (Savigny and Kelsen) in relation to the way in which we talk of and understand school segregation. Based on a case study of the shut-down of the Vivalla school, I argue that the way in which we talk of the legal subject blocks us from understanding societal problems in a solution oriented manner.

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