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2011-05-11 [author] 弗里德曼,L.M. preview:



The law and society movement is the scholarly enterprise that explains or describes legal phenomena in social terms. To put it another way, it is the scholarly enterprise that examines the relationship between two types of social phenomena: those conventionally classified as "legal" and those that are classified as nonlegal. "Law and society movement" is a rather awkward term. But there is no other obvious collective label to describe the efforts of sociologists of law, anthropologists of law, political scientists who study judicial behavior, historians who explore the role of nineteenth century lawyers, psychologists who ask why juries behave as they do, and so on. People who carry on law and society research vary greatly in methods and outlook……

[keywords]the law and society movement ; general science of law; field;