4 edition of Justice and Power in Sociolegal Studies: Fundamental Issues in Law and Society found in the catalog.
Justice and Power in Sociolegal Studies: Fundamental Issues in Law and Society
February 20, 1998
by Northwestern University Press
|Contributions||Bryant Garth (Editor), Austin Sarat (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
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Justice and Power in the Sociolegal Studies asks what interdisciplinary work in the law and society tradition tells us about the relationship of law and justice, as well as the way power operates in and through law. The fundamental concepts of justice and power provide points of departure for leading scholars to explore the various domains of socio-legal : Paperback.
The fundamental concepts of justice and power provide points of departure for leading scholars to explore the various domains of sociolegal research.
Justice and Power in the Sociolegal Studies asks what interdisciplinary work in the law and society tradition tells us about the relationship of law and justice, as well as the way power operates in and through law. The fundamental concepts of justice and power provide points of departure for leading scholars to explore the various domains of socio-legal research.
Comparative studies can reveal much about how law is formed out of social reality and political power by exploring these interactions in different national contexts.
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The fundamental concepts of justice and power provide points of departure for leading scholars to explore the various domains of socio-legal research.
LAW – Law, Ethics, and Justice - Steve Sheppard of law as it is applied to individuals and to the society, ethics can create a duty to pursue justice.
Such a pursuit is an individual obligation upon every official. The most fundamental argument is whether justice can be achieved without the vehicles of a state and a system of laws File Size: KB. Law is in society, and most now agree with the argument Laura Nader made initially that the field should have been named “Law in Society” rather than law and society (Nader ).
Just as political scientists have long recognized the political nature of law, sociolegal scholars add that law is also social, cultural, economic, linguistic, and by: 2. The sociology of law (or legal sociology) is often described as a sub-discipline of sociology or an interdisciplinary approach within legal studies.
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