The Sociology of Law
University of South Australia - School of Law; Durham University - Law School
Current Sociology, Vol. 33, No. 1, pp. 1-275, 1985
This article and related bibliography are part of a major trend report on the discipline of the Sociology of Law that criticically reviews recent published literature seen by the writer to be of theoretical and empirical interest. The paper is divided into five main parts and contains an extensive annotated bibliography. The five parts of the report deal with published research in the following areas: (i) Theoretical issues in the sociology of law; (ii) Lawyers and legal services; (iii) Courts and dispute processing; (iv) Policing and the Sociology of Criminal Law; and (v) Law-Making and Social Change. This journal issue was also published as a monograph entitled "Sociology of Law" (Sage, London, 1985).
Keywords: sociology of law, trend report, bibliography
JEL Classification: B00working papers series
Date posted: September 14, 2009 ; Last revised: April 22, 2013
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