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Index





Adams, Tracey 45

agency

   of organisational actors 153, 156–157

   restructured 159–160

akinship 100, 101

   and same-sex marriage 110–111

Aldridge, Theresa 175

anti-Semitism 30

antisocial behaviour (see also nuisance) 120, 123, 129–130, 137–138, 140, 141

Appleton, Matthew 185, 187

axes model (see also social inequality) 44, 47–49


Bauman, Zygmunt 13

Berlin, Isaiah 121

Bey, Hakim 166

Bickford, Susan 67

binaries of oppression 52

Boga, Terence 130

boundaries

   community 167–168, 178–179, 187–189

   permeability 183–185, 206

   Summerhill School 181

   through space 172

boundary

   actors 188–189

   techniques 167–168

Bourdieu, Pierre 144, 151

Boyd, Susan 112

Bradford Corporation v. Pickles 123

buffering 162

Butler, Judith 20–21, 33–34, 71, 144

Butler, Sandra 146


capitalism 55–56

Card, Claudia 111

Carrington, Christopher 91, 112–113, 115, 117

Carroll, William 169

choice 73

cigarette smoking 60–65

class 43–44, 45, 55–56, 58

classification of gender 86–88

Combahee River Collective 44

common sense of nuisance 138–139

communities

   and counter-normative pathways 203–204

   maintenance of 172–173

   as nuisance 136

community

   boundaries 167–168, 178–179, 187–189

   challenge of 207

   and diversity 197

   impact of 205–206

   and sameness 186–187

Conaghan, Joanne 120

counter-hegemony

   governance technologies of 199–200

counter-normative

   age 180–181

   effects 184–185

   nuisance discourse 139

   pathways 150–151, 154–157, 161, 170–171, 203–204

   principles 95

   proper place 128–129

   routines 143–144

   survival 167

Crenshaw, Kimberle 45–46, 70

crisis/overload 156

Croall, Jonathan 175, 177, 190

cultural associations, gender 130–132

cultural harm 191–192


de Certeau, Michel 146–147

democracy at Summerhill School 180

difference (see also diversity, social inequality) 19–21, 41–42

dilemmatic environment 162–163, 197, 204

disability 73

disruption as politics 135–136

diversity

   community 197

   of pathways 204

   politics 7–8, 15–37

domestification 56–58

dual-systems theory 43–44

Dumm, Thomas 24

Dunn, James 146

Dworkin, Ronald 72–74, 90


Edensor, Tim 146

education policy 159

Education Reform Act 1988 159

Eisenstein, Zillah 15, 44

environmental factors 155–156

environmental messiness 161–162

equal opportunity policies 154–161

equal recognition 74–77

equality

   and communities 186

   and diversity 196–197

   of gender 83–88

   of individuals 70

   and LETS 176

   and norms 92

   of power 77–83

   of resources 71–74

eruv 16–35

   opponents 16–17


family 112

   as nuisance 126

feminism (see also gender) 43–47, 56–57

Foucault, Michel 52, 78–79, 82

Fraser, Nancy 6, 20, 40–43, 71–72, 74, 75, 193, 198

freedom 23–27, 36, 121–126

   and age 180

   and diversity 186–187

   positive 138

Freeman, Jo 204

Fridman, G. 123


Galeotti, Anna 31, 75, 192, 200

gender (see also feminism) 43–44, 45, 56–59

   bodies 130–131

   equality of 83–88

   morphing 85–86

Gewirtz, Sharon 160

governance, sexuality 97–98

governmentality 185

Greenham Common women’s peace camp 169–173, 183–184, 206

group

   equality of 69–70

   lesbian and gay 102

group-based perspective 46–47, 49–50


harm 29–35, 37, 201–202

   and equality of power 82

   and evaluation 194

   values underlying 118–119

Heller, Agnes 19, 20

homosexuality (see also lesbian and gay) 52–53

   governance of 104

Honig, Bonnie 162, 163

Hunt, Margaret 19


identity 19–21, 35–36

   and being 70–71

   dominant 76–77

improper place 134–135

inequality (see social inequality)

injury (see also harm)

   symbolic 31–35

intersectionality (see also social inequality) 45–46, 48–49

intimate/impersonal (see also private, public/private divide) 56–59, 129

   and LETS 175

isomorphism 52

   and LETS 174


Jewish communities 17–18, 22–23, 25–29, 30, 34

Johnson, Rebecca 170–171


Kanter, Rosabeth 187

Kapp, Stephen 145

Kelling, George 122

Kirk, Gwyn 189

Krasniewicz, Louise 171, 172

Kymlicka, Will 5, 23–24, 25, 38


Lacey, Nicola 8

Laclau, Ernesto 92, 116

land boundaries 131–132

law

   discrimination towards smokers 60–63

   education 159

   environmentalise 153, 181–182

   gender classifications 86–88

   nuisance (see also antisocial behaviour) 120, 122–124, 127–128, 131–132

   and pathways 150

   resistance to 170–171

   same-sex partnership recognition 102–114

   at Summerhill School 180, 181–182

lesbian and gay (see also homosexuality)

   conservatives 103

   critics of marriage 103

   equality initiatives 155–158

   spousal rights 102–114

Liddington, Jill 173

Linton, Rhoda 170

local exchange trading systems (LETS) 169, 173–179, 204–205

local government 154–159

loitering 123


MacLaughlin James 128

mainstream, gravitational pull 176–178

marriage

   heterosexual 108

   same-sex 102–114, 151

Matsuda, Mari 33

Mcleish, Phil 135

mental freedom 124–126

Millbank, Jenni 107

minority status (see also diversity, social inequality) 5–6

Mouffe, Chantal 6, 20, 21, 199, 202


Naffine, Ngaire 130–131

Nagel, Thomas 92, 94

Namaste, Viviane 90

Neill, A. S. 179

non-normative practices 204–205

normative principles 92–96, 201–203

   and inequality 116

norms

   of appropriateness 155–156

   educational 159–161

nuisance (see also harm) 118–141, 202

   and freedom 121–126

   and legitimacy 132–133

   public 120

   tort law 120, 127


offence (see also harm) 32–33

Okin, Susan 192

oppression (see also social inequality) 3, 42–47

organisational environment 152–161

orthodox Judaism 22


Parekh, Bhikhu 192, 200

pathways

   counter-normative 170–171

   de facto 148–149

   de jure 150

   diversity of 162–163

   inequality 149

   as metaphor 144–148

   resistance 157

   survival of 150–151

   unpredictability 160–161

permeability

   of boundaries 206

   of communities 187–189

Phillips, Anne 83–84

Pierce, Christine 111

pluralism, limits 22

Poland, Blake 62

politics, as playful 173

Pollert, Anna 56

power 77–83

   and nuisance 132–133

Pratt, Minnie Bruce 87

preferences 3–4

privacy 27–29

   (homo)sexuality 100–101

private and same-sex relationships 112–113

proper, respectable gays 114–115

proper place 96–99

   through contract 105–106

   impact on 109–110

   of marriage 108

   and nuisance 126–129

public/private 56, 99–101


race 44, 45, 58

   equality of 76

racism and family 112

Razack, Sherene 82–83

recognition 74–77

   of communities 188

   of same-sex relationships 114

resistance through nuisance 128–129, 132–133, 135–136

Rigby, Andrew 166–167

Rosenberg v. City of Outremont 27–28

Roseneil, Sasha 170, 173, 183, 189

routines

   survival 144

   value of 143–144


same-sex relationships and domestic labour 113, 115

sameness and equality 196

Santos, Boaventura de Sousa 147

scale as metaphor 147–148

Section 28 Local Government Act 1988 157–158

Sedgwick, Eve Kosofsky 52–53, 54

Seel, Ben 183

Seidman, Steven 21, 54

self-interest 123

   and LETS 179

sex radicalism 20, 32

sexuality 52–53

   governance 97–98

Sharpe, Andrew 87

Shenker, Barry 168

social inequality 41–43, 191

   axes of power 44, 47–49

   dismantling of 198–199

   distinctiveness 65–66

   and norms 92

   as organising principles 51–55, 194–196

   of pathways 149

   at Summerhill School 182

   undoing 83–88

social dynamics 54–59, 64, 129–130, 195

social logic 148–149, 162

space

   eruv 16–35

   lesbian and gay 98–99

   meaning 34–35

   and LETS 177

speech, harm 33–34

spousal recognition

   entitlements 105

   form 105–107

status and nuisance 127–128

stranger in marriage 111–112

strangers, powerful 113–114

Stychin, Carl 61, 113

Sullivan, Andrew 111

Summerhill School 169, 179–183

   and dispute resolution 205

symbolic activism

   and nuisance 134–135


textual meaning 33

tolerance 18–19

tort law, nuisance 120, 127

trading through LETS 173–179

transgender 149

   and gender politics 84–88, 199

   and nuisance 134

transgressive politics (see also counter-normative, resistance, symbolic activism)

   around marriage 107–108

travellers 128

Tuggle, Justin 62


Valins, Oliver 26, 38

value 42

values

   as boundaries 178

   circulation of 53–54

   as community maintenance 172–173

   and inequality 195

   of recognition 75–76

   smoking-related 63–64

Vogel, Lise 67


Waldron, Jeremy 122, 128, 129

Ward, Cynthia 196

Weeks, Jeffrey 7, 15, 18–19, 21, 24, 27, 29–30, 32–33, 104, 105, 111, 199

Weitzman, Beth 145

Whittington, Richard 152

Wilchins, Riki 145–146, 149


Young, Iris Marion 3, 27, 29, 43, 46, 74



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