If someone said to you, “Hey, I dare you to swim 2.4 miles, ride a bike for 112 miles, and run a marathon. If you finish in under 17 hours, I’ll call you Ironman,” would you do it? No? Okay, okay. “I’ll throw in a spiffy medal and a fancy array of post race snacks after you cross the finish line.” Still no? “How about if I line the race route with enthusiastic, if less physically capable fans, each of whom will cheer and hold up encouraging signs, urging you on until you reach the finish? Hmmm.
Item Type:ArticleItem Status:Live ArchiveAbstractDrawing upon the Trace method developed by Selma Sevenhuijsen (2004), this paper has traced the discourse constructed in two key Troubled Families Programme (TFP) policy documents through the lens of care ethics, highlighting tensions between ‘care’ and ‘justice’ orientations in the neoliberal family intervention model. It is argued that whilst the family intervention model advocated has the potential to provide families with support underpinned by an ethic of care, the TFP’s managerialist tendencies also create challenges to the integration of care ethics within such services. Given that the programme’s financial framework generates considerable opportunity for local variation in policy implementation, the ethics of care offer a valuable moral framework by which to evaluate local practice.
“The Supreme Court has never overturned Korematsu, largely because federal and state governments have not attempted the mass internment of an entire ethnic group since then. But the decision belongs to what legal scholars describe as the anti canon of American constitutional law a small group of Supreme Court rulings universally assailed as wrong, immoral, and unconstitutional. Dred Scott v.
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