Diversity and Tolerance in Socio-legal Contexts: Explorations in the Semiotics of Law
Anne Wagner, Vijay Kumar Bhatia
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2009 - Law - 250 pages
The book explores how the various disciplines of law and linguistics can help us understand the nature of 'Diversity and Tolerance' - both oral and written - and how it might be clarified to avoid fear and conflicts. It presents and examines the most recent research and theories at national level and on the international scene.
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Race Class and the Supreme Court Rodriguez v San Antonio Independent School District 1973
Legal Terms across Communities Divergence behind Convergence in Law
Women as Legal Subjects and Objects in Contemporary China
Researching Exploration in the Semiotics of the Law
Case Analyses of Diversity and Tolerance
Branding Barcelona Semiotic Considerations in Contemporary Sovereignty
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