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Adkins, Lisa and Beverley Skeggs eds. Feminism after Bourdieu. Oxford: Blackwell, 2004
Fraser, Nancy. Justice Interruptus: Critical Reflections on the “Post-Socialist” Condition. New York. Routledge, 1997.
Nancy Fraser laments the supremacy of perspectives that take injustice to inhere in “cultural” constructions of identity that the people to whom they are attributed want to reject. Such recognition models, she argues, require remedies that “valorize the group's ‘groupness’ by recognizing its specificity,” thus reifying identities that themselves are products of oppressive structures. By contrast, injustices of distribution require redistributive remedies that aim “to put the group out of business as a group” (Fraser 1997, 19).