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Sociological Theories of Law : Law and Legal - Kahei Rokumoto

Sociological Theories of Law

Law and Legal

By: Kahei Rokumoto (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1st June 1994
ISBN: 9780814774250
Number Of Pages: 504

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Beginning with the basic question of what the components and functions of law are, this volume addresses key issues in the study of sociology and law. Articles debate different sociological theories of law, present contemporary critical legal theories, and question the notion of law as an institutionalized authority. In addition to dealing with the overall issues surrounding sociological legal theory, this volume includes and analysis of how Marxism, socialism, and capitalism relate to the law.

Acknowledgements
Series Preface
Introduction
The Sociological Concept of Lawp. 3
Legal Institutions and Social Controlsp. 19
The Boundaries of Legal Sociologyp. 31
The Concept of Laws in Social Science: A Critique and Notes on an Expanded Viewp. 47
Toward a Theory of Law in Societyp. 75
An Appreciation of Eugen Ehrlich and The Sociology of Lawp. 93
Human Interaction and the Lawp. 111
Law and Spontaneous Order: Hayek's Contribution to Legal Theoryp. 147
Definitions of Law and Empirical Questionsp. 167
The Differing Realms of the Lawp. 185
The Sociology of Secondary Rulesp. 195
Max Weber on Law and the Rise of Capitalismp. 217
Formal Justice and the Spirit of Capitalism: Max Weber's Sociology of Lawp. 251
Marxism, Socialism and the Theory of Lawp. 279
Law, State and Class Strugglep. 313
The Place of Law in the Marxian Structure-Superstructure Archetypep. 323
Law as a Social Systemp. 355
A Purified Sociology of Law: Niklas Luhmann on the Autonomy of the Legal Systemp. 371
Legalisation, Communication and Strategy: A Critique of Habermas' Approach to Lawp. 391
Substantive and Reflexive Elements in Modern Lawp. 415
Name Indexp. 463
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ISBN: 9780814774250
ISBN-10: 0814774253
Series: Law and Legal
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 504
Published: 1st June 1994
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.85

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