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How Does Law Matter?

edited by Bryant G. Garth, Austin Sarat
Format
Book
Published
Evanston, Ill. : Northwestern University Press : American Bar Foundation, 1998.
Language
English
Series
Fundamental Issues in Law and Society Research
ISBN
0810114356 (paper : acid-free paper), 0810114348 (cloth : acid-free paper)
Contents
  • Studying how law matters: an introduction / Bryant G. Garth, Austin Sarat
  • How law matters in disputing and dispute processing (or, the contingency of legal matter im informal dispute processes) / Lauren B. Edelman, Mia Cahill
  • Legal response to discrimination: Does law matter? John J. Donohue
  • How does law matter for social movements? / Michael W. McCann
  • How does law matter in the constitution or legal consciousness? / David M. Engel
  • Body images: how does the body matter in the legal imaginations? / Kristin Bumiller
  • Law, social contract theory, and the construction of colonial hierarchies / June F. Collier
  • Jury: how does law matter? / Shari Seidman Diamond, Jason Schklar
  • A resource theory of the criminal law: exploring when it matters / Richard Lempert.
Description
259 p. ; 23 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Series Statement
Fundamental issues in law and society research ; v. 3
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