ABSTRACT. Throughout this paper, I demonstrate the value and importance of the inherent increase of social and spatial unevenness, the spatial reflection of social inequalities, and the language of social justice. In this paper I am particularly interested in exploring territorial cohesion as “spatial justice,” political contexts of justice, and the disruption of social ties between the individual and society. pp. 167–172
JEL Classification: D63, R12

Keywords: social justice, territorial cohesion, space, law

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