Law, Culture and Society: Legal Ideas in the Mirror of Social Theory
Chapters include: 'Law and Social Theory', 'A Legal Concept of Community', 'The Concept of Legal Culture', 'Law in Culture', 'Sociology and Comparative Law' and 'Frontiers of Community'.
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Law and Social Theory
Legal Philosophy and Legal Pluralism
Why Must Legal Ideas be Interpreted Sociologically?
A Legal Concept of Community
Applications Comparative Law and Culture
The Concept of Legal Culture
Law in Culture
Is There a Logic of Legal Transplants?
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