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This article reviews the state of law and society studies in Britain by revisiting the arguments raised by CM. Campbell and Paul Wiles in the late 1970s. It argues that the divide they identified between theoretically-oriented “sociology of law” and a-theoretical or empiricist “socio-legal...
Although several founders of sociology had a German mother-tongue and German jurisprudence may be the leader in systematic legal dogmatism, these factors have not worked in tandem to produce an influential law and society movement in Germany.1 To the contrary, these two scientific cultures were...
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