The Place of Law: The Role and Limits of Law in Society

The Place of Law: The Role and Limits of Law in Society

"In the finest sociological tradition, The Place of Law deftly challenges the popular assumption that the concepts and doctrines of law in regulating certain human activities are determined by atomistic individuals. Marshalling a wide array of empirical evidence, Larry D. Barnett brilliantly makes the case for context preceding content. Barnett, who is a lawyer and a sociologist, offers a framework for the study of law that convincingly demonstrates that only when… (more)

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Publisher: Transaction Publishers (December 31, 2011)

Parent ISBN: 9781412842587

Page count: 499 pages

Language: English


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