Qualified Hope

Qualified Hope

The Indian Supreme Court and Progressive Social Change

; ;

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias


Descrição não disponível.
Introduction; The Indian Supreme Court and progressive social change Gerald N. Rosenberg, Sudhir Krishnaswamy and Shishir Bail; Part I. The Supreme Court of India - An Institutional Overview: 1. The structure and functioning of the Supreme Court of India Nick Robinson; 2. The Supreme Court of India: an empirical overview of the institution Aparna Chandra, William H. J. Hubbard and Sital Kalantry; 3. The recent evolution of public interest litigation in the Indian Supreme Court Poorvi Chitalkar and Varun Gauri; 4. Suo Motu intervention and the Indian judiciary Marc Galanter and Vasujith Ram; 5. Public trust in the Indian judiciary: the power to transform Sudhir Krishnaswamy and Siddharth Swaminathan; Part II. The Supreme Court of India, Social and Political Mobilization: 6. The art of buying time: street vendor politics and legal mobilization in metropolitan India Karthik Rao-Cavale; 7. Court as a symbolic resource: the Indra Sawhney case and the Dalit Muslim mobilization Mohsin Alam-Bhat; 8. PUCL v. Union of India: political mobilization and the right to food Alyssa Brierley; Part III. Welfare Rights and the Environment: 9. A case for qualified hope? The Supreme Court of India and the Midday Meal Decision Rosalind Dixon and Rishad Chowdhury; 10. Implementation in the Delhi pollution case: lessons for the future Robert Moog; Part IV. Discrimination: 11. The polarizing face of law: religious conversion judgments and political discourse in India Shylashri Shankar; 12. Evaluating the impact of the Indian Supreme Court judgment on sex-selective abortion Sital Kalantry and Arindam Nandi; Conclusion. Neither a silver bullet nor a hollow hope: the Indian Supreme Court and progressive social change Gerald N. Rosenberg, Shishir Bail and Sudhir Krishnaswamy.
Este título pertence ao(s) assunto(s) indicados(s). Para ver outros títulos clique no assunto desejado.
Indian Supreme Court; judicial activism; judicial impact; progressive social change; legal mobilization; law and politics; courts and the relatively disadvantaged; public interest litigation