Remedying Constitutional Violations by Government Institutions: A Case Study of U.S. Courts and Child Welfare Policy
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Citation of Original PublicationNaylor, LA. (2013). Remedying Constitutional Violations by Government Institutions: A Case Study of U.S. Courts and Child Welfare Policy.
violations by Government Institutions
Board of Education
In this article the impact and implementation of remedial law in the United States is examined. A case study method is employed with a focus placed on a single state in the substantive policy area of child welfare. A review of remedial law literature is presented, followed by an overview of the theoretical framework. Next, the state-vs-child welfare case is described followed by data analysis. The analysis identifies a group of variables that contributes to implementation failure and compares implementation of judicial policy between the private and public sector.