Social Status
Justice of reputation, perceived worth/worthlessness, wealth, influence, or similar personal traits.
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The following "social scale" is based on observations of perceived worth or stigma.  Websites are sorted by their support or attack of each group on this scale.  This is not science.  However, can you deny that it is not real to some degree?

. Highest social standing
1. "VIP's" and political leaders.
2. The wealthy and influential.
3. Experts.
4. Skilled professionals and business men.
5. Unskilled workers, laborers, caregivers and saints.
6. Physically handicapped and/or physically ill.
7. Common ("non-dangerous") criminals.
8. Mentally handicapped and/or mentally ill.
9. Dangerous criminals (real or imagined).
. Lowest social standing, greatest stigma

10. Websites addressing the justice of social status in general.
(note:  It was hard to decide what links belong here.  If you have any ideas please e-mail me, mike@nicemike.com)


1. "VIP's" and political leaders.
. GovTrack.us


2. The wealthy and influential.
. Celebrity Justice on FindLaw
. Do We Punish High Income Criminals Too Heavily? - U.of Connecticut


3. Experts
. Expert Says He Was Told to Soften Tobacco Testimony


4. Skilled professionals and business men.
. Capitalism Magazine


5. Unskilled workers, laborers, caregivers and saints.
(note:  saints often seem to be connected here, a reason for the placement.)
. A Constitutional Challenge to The Davis-Bacon Act
 


6. Physically handicapped and/or physically ill.
. AIDSstigma.net
 


7. Common ("non-dangerous") criminals.
. Registries treat all criminals alike - The Cincinnati Post
. Stigma and Self-Fulfilling Expectations of Criminality - U.of Connecticut
. Why do we imprison criminals? - the sassy lawyer's journal


8. Mentally handicapped and/or mentally ill.
. CineManiaStigma.com
. WhyHope.com
. Everyone’s Experience of Stigma - Angelhaunt.net
. Mentally Ill Cost More to Jail - cjcj.org


9. Dangerous criminals (real or imagined).
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10. Websites addressing the justice of social status in general.
. AmericaBlog.com
. Law Dork
. PolicyLibrary.com
. DennisFox.net/papers/injustice.html
. Institute for Justice: Litigating for Liberty
 
 

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