volume 31, issue 5, P707-709 2017
DOI: 10.1177/0891243217691731
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Abstract: Because their sample is relatively homogenous, the authors are hesitant to make claims about how race and class impact the legal consciousness of their respondents. I appreciate their detailed methodological appendix, in which they outline these limitations. I do think, however, that the authors could have more clearly demonstrated how the legal schemas themselves are supported by racial, class, and citizenship privilege. Another potential representational issue with this study is the decision to include trans…

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