pretextuality

EnglishEdit

NounEdit

pretextuality (plural pretextualitys)

  1. Legal practices sanctioning the use of sanist stereotypes and prejudice.
    • "These distortions reflect sanism; cases that sanction the use of such stereotypes and prejudice reflect pretextuality."

ReferencesEdit

  • Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues, Voume 10, Pp. 3-36, 1999.
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