7 edition of Law, Anthropology, and the Constitution of the Social found in the catalog.
June 28, 2004 by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Alain Pottage (Editor), Martha Mundy (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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Law, Anthropology, and the Constitution of the Law by Chris Arup,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(4). The anthropology of law is a key subfield within anthropology. Over the past twenty-five years, anthropologists have studied and analyzed the ways in which new forms of law – such as human Author: Mark Goodale.
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Law, Anthropology, and the Constitution of the Social: Making Persons and Things Alain Pottage, Martha Mundy This collection of interdisciplinary essays explores how persons and things - the central elements of the social - are fabricated by legal rituals and institutions.
The English lawyer Sir Henry Maine is often credited with founding the study of Legal Anthropology through his book Ancient Law (). An ethno-centric evolutionary perspective was pre-eminent in early Anthropological discourse on law, evident through terms applied such as ‘pre-law’ or ‘proto-law’ in describing indigenous cultures.
Get this from a library. Law, anthropology, and the constitution of the social: making persons and things. [Alain Pottage; Martha Mundy;] -- This book is the product of a collaboration between leading theorists in law and anthropology.
It develops an innovative analysis of legal practices. Specifically, it. Law, anthropology and the constitution of the social: making persons and things / edited by Alain Pottage and Martha Mundy.
– (Cambridge studies in law and society) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0 4 (hardback) – ISBN 0 5 (pbk.) 1. Law and anthropology. Persons (Law) 3.
Law, anthropology, and the constitution of the social: making persons and things / Author: edited by Alain Pottage and Martha Mundy. Publication info: Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press, Format: Book.
Irrespective of whether sociology of law is defined as a sub-discipline of sociology, an approach within legal studies or a field of research in its own right, it remains intellectually dependent mainly on the traditions, methods and theories of mainstream sociology and, to a lesser extent, on other social sciences such as social anthropology.
The book’s chapters cover a range of intersecting areas including language and law, history, regulation, indigenous rights, and gender. For a complete understanding of the consequential ways in which anthropologists have studied, interacted with, and critiqued, the ways and means of law, Anthropology and Law is required reading.
The product of a collaboration between leading theorists in law and anthropology, this book develops an innovative analysis of legal practices. Specifically, it focuses on how law constructs persons and things, and develops new approaches to the question of ownership. These approaches are of particular value in understanding the cultural impact of biotechnology.
At the same time, they. Buy Law, Anthropology, and the Constitution of the Social by Alain Pottage, Ms. Martha Mundy from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: In Aboriginal History Vol Kim McCaul reviews Paul Burke’s Law’s Anthropology: From ethnography to expert testimony in native describes the text as ‘an ambitious project’ that is both ‘well-written and engaging’.
Focusing around three main case studies of contested native title hearings – the Mabo matter, the Rubibi case and the De Rose Hill claim – McCaul. social order, social norms and custom, and processes of handling disputes as part of law.
Most important, perhaps, is the fact that anthropologists view law as a cultural construction—law is developed in cultural contexts, and must be understood as part of.
LAW, ANTHROPOLOGY, AND THE CONSTITUTION OF THE SOCIAL This collection of interdisciplinary essays explores how persons and things – the central elements of the social –.
The topical chapters in this cutting-edge collection at the intersection of comparative law and anthropology explore the mutually enriching insights and outlooks of the two fields. Comparative Law and Anthropology adopts a foundational approach to social and cultural issues and their resolution, rather than relying on unified paradigms of research or unified objects of study.5/5(1).
Bryant G. Garth, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), Also in Berkeley, but less oriented toward the Center, was Laura Nader, one of the few women involved in the early years of LSA and also a creator (or re-creator) of the subfield of legal 's Harvard dissertation was based on fieldwork in Mexico with a focus on law cases.
Law, anthropology and the constitution of the social: making persons and things. Read Bruno Latour, ‘Scientific objects and legal objectivity’, 73 - use link to ebook or download PDF from Moodle. Possession of a Master degree (or equivalent) in social anthropology (or equivalent) from a European university or.
Possession of a teaching or research post in social anthropology. Honorary members are distinguished scholars who are designated honorary members by.
Legal Anthropology: An Introduction offers an initial overview of the challenging debates surrounding the cross-cultural analysis of legal systems. Equal parts review and criticism, James M.
Donovan outlines the historical landmarks in the development of the discipline, identifying both strengths and weaknesses of each stage and contribution. Law, Anthropology, and the Constitution of the Social: Making Persons and Things Dimensioner x x 25 mm Vikt g Antal komponenter 1 Komponenter 2:B&W 6 x 9 in or x mm Perfect Bound on Creme w/Gloss Lam ISBN the constitution of south africa Download the constitution of south africa or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get the constitution of south africa book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. This article sets out an account of the historical development and the contemporary elaboration of sociological approaches to constitutional law.
It argues that recent years have seen a broad sociological turn in constitutional theory, such that sociological constitutionalism now forms a distinct field of legal research.
This is due to the general increase in the importance of Cited by: 2. Speed, S. At the crossroads of human rights and anthropology: toward a critically- engaged activist research. American AnthropologistStrathern, M. Losing (out on) intellectual resources.
In Law, anthropology, and the constitution of the social: making persons and things (eds) A. Pottage & M. Mundy, Cambridge. The sociology of law, or legal sociology (henceforth SL), is an interdisciplinary field of research consisting of a large number of disparate approaches to the study of law in society.
These are brought together by a common epistemology that views law as a social con-struct and argues that law and all its manifestations. Buy Law, Anthropology and the Constitution of the Social, by Martha Mundy, ISBNpublished by Cambridge University Press fromthe World's Legal Bookshop. Shipping in the UK is free.
Competitive shipping rates world-wide. This Reader offers a remarkable overview of the field of law and anthropology: its development, present, and potential future courses.
Edited by a preeminent anthropologist, lawyer, and pioneer in the study of law & anthropology. Brings together classics of political thought and key contemporary work from social scientists and lawyers.
State, Sovereignty, and The Law The anthropology of the state, sovereignty and the law applies a critical eye to the way that power operates in a range of contexts from the institutional to the intimate and attends to the relationships mediated between political actors and the structures that frame them.
With improved relations will come greater public support for the police and their crime-fighting role. Joining Anthropology and Law Enforcement SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND POLICE ETHNOGRAPHY The other area in which the techniques of the social anthropologist can be of service to law enforcement is the ethnographic study of the police by: 1.
Table of contents. List of Illustrations List of Contributors 1. Introduction, Philip Barker and Thomas Lorman 2. Law and the Ancient Constitution in Medieval and Early Modern Hungary, Martyn Rady 3. The Birth of the Constitution in Eighteenth-Century Hungarian Political Thought, István M.
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Anthropology and primitive/customary law: reasoning, reasonableness and rules. This week we read and discuss early anthropological fieldwork which focused on ‘primitive’/customary law.
A key point to emerge concerns both the limited scope of fieldwork (in non-western societies) and a problematic reliance on western theories and methods to. The Spirit of the Laws (French: De l'esprit des lois, originally spelled De l'esprit des loix; also sometimes translated The Spirit of Laws) is a book published in by Charles de Secondat, Baron de Montesquieu.
It is a book about law, comparing different ideas. The Books published by Montesquieu were subject to censorship. For this reason, the book was published anonymously, at : Montesquieu.Law is commonly understood as a system of rules that are created and enforced through social or governmental institutions to regulate conduct, although its precise definition is a matter of longstanding debate.
It has been variously described as a science and the art of justice. State-enforced laws can be made by a collective legislature or by a single legislator, resulting in statutes, by the.The joint LLB in Law and Social Anthropology aims to promote advanced knowledge and understanding of the theory, concepts and rules of the law.
The programme will also enable you to study human conduct and thought, their variations, and the common humanity that underlies them.