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How to handbook the Sociology of Law as a borderland science

Priban, Jiri ORCID: 2021. How to handbook the Sociology of Law as a borderland science. [Online]. Oxford: Centre for Socio-Legal Studies. Available at:

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Sociology of Law is an established borderland science between law and sociology with its founding scholars, strong traditions and histories, canonical knowledge, intellectual heresies, and very dynamic recent developments. Editing a research handbook on Sociology of Law therefore requires connecting its origins and genealogy with current state and future ambitions. It also needs to identify the discipline’s borderland subjects, basic concepts, methods and methodologies, specialisations, and contexts, without creating artificial academic borders and redundant distinctions between sociology of law and other social and legal sciences. Shortly, the borderland character of the Sociology of Law should lead to the crossing of academic borders.

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Date Type: Published Online
Status: Published
Schools: Law
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Publisher: Centre for Socio-Legal Studies
Last Modified: 21 May 2024 08:59

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