4 edition of Sociological theories of law found in the catalog.
Sociological theories of law
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Kahei Rokumoto.|
|Series||International library of essays in law and legal theory., 12|
|Contributions||Rokumoto, Kahei, 1939-|
|LC Classifications||K376 .S627 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 466 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||466|
|LC Control Number||93027760|
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Niklas Luhmann is recognised as a major social theorist, and his treatise on the sociology of law is a classic text. For Luhmann, law provides the framework of the state, lawyers are the main human resource for the state, and legal theory provides the most suitable base from which to theorize on the nature of by: Niklas Luhmann is recognised as a major social theorist, and his treatise on the sociology of law is a classic text.
For Luhmann, law provides the framework of the state, lawyers are the main human resource for the state, and legal theory provides the most suitable base from which to theorize on the nature of society.
He explores the concept of law in the light of a general theory of social. Among the social sciences, sociological theories stand out among the most developed analytical perspectives that contemplate the role of law in society.
Not only is sociology. The two most central founders of sociology, Max Weber () and Émile Durkheim (), developed elaborate theories of law without which no social theory of law today would be possible.
In the further maturation of the sociological discipline, theoretical interest in the study of law. The ‘Sociology of Law’ hardly ever appears in university lecture programmes, and if it does, the task is more often than not attempted by jurists rather than sociologists.
Linkages between this subject and the more recent developments in sociological theory are totally lacking, although there are some connections with jurisprudential.
A sociological theory is a supposition that intends to consider, analyze, and/or explain objects of social reality from a sociological perspective: 14 drawing Sociological theories of law book between individual concepts in order to organize and substantiate sociologicalsuch knowledge is composed of complex theoretical frameworks and methodology.
These theories range in scope, from concise, yet. characteristic of theories in the sociology of law. Theorists who have written in this area have tended to perceive the lawas a necessary and positive the maintenance of social order and the attainment of progress and, consequently".have taken the present system oflaw for granted.
Niklas Luhmann is recognised as a major social theorist, and his treatise on the sociology of law is a classic text. For Luhmann, law provides the framework of the state, lawyers are the main human resource for the state, and legal theory provides the most suitable base from which to theorize on the nature of society.
Niklas Luhmann, formerly Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Bielefeld University. Martin Albrow is Research Professor in the Social Sciences at Roehampton Institute, London. He is the author of "Max Weber's Construction of Social Theory "and co-editor, with Elizabeth King, of.
The sociological concept of law / Roger Cotterrell --Legal institutions and social controls / Philip Selznick --The boundaries of legal sociology / Donald J. Black --The concept of laws in social science: a critique and notes on an expanded view / Malcolm M. Feely --Toward a theory of law in society / F.
James Davis --An appreciation of Eugene. Legal sociology studies the law from the top-down and bottom-up perspectives. The top-down angle looks at the impact on law of the attitudes and concepts of legal officials and administrators. The bottom-up perspective takes into account sociological differences that may affect the way the system works.
The sociology of law: An introduction. 2d ed. London: Butterworths. E-mail Citation» While providing good summaries of various theoretical ideas in the sociology of law, this book conceives of it as an approach in legal scholarship, not in sociology.
Deflem, Mathieu. Sociology of law: Visions of a scholarly tradition. Cambridge, UK. Philosophy of law, also called jurisprudence, branch of philosophy that investigates the nature of law, especially in its relation to human values, attitudes, practices, and political ionally, philosophy of law proceeds by articulating and defending propositions about law that are general and abstract—i.e., that are true not of a specific legal system at a particular time.
In short, this book aims to accomplish three objectives: inform about the progressive advancement of sociological theory, teach the reader to analyze the law as a social phenomenon, and develop in the reader a critical mode of thinking about issues relevant to the relationship between law and society.
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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 : By Law Teacher The Sociology of Law has its earliest foundations in the scholarship of Max Weber and Karl Renner, amongst many other distinguished contributors, including Émile Durkheim and Vilhelm Aubert in the 20th century.
The field aims to transcend traditional legal boundaries by bringing into consideration the role of society and its system of [ ]. Table of Contents. Contents: Volume I: Montesquieu and sociological jurisprudence, Eugen Ehrlich; Maine's ancient law in the light of primitive societies, Robert Redfield; Law and social change: Sumner reconsidered, Harry V.
Ball, George Eaton Simpson and Kiyoshi Ikeda; Law in Pareto's sociology, N.S. Timasheff; Petrazycki's significance for contemporary legal and moral theory, Aleksander W. This book offers a distinctive analysis of law, identifying political and moral problems that are fundamental to contemporary legal theory.
It portrays contemporary law as institutionalised doctrine, emphasising ways in which legal modes of thought influence wider currents of understanding and belief in contemporary Western societies. Exploring relationships between law and sociology as Author: Roger Cotterrell.
Theory is a mental activity revolving around the process of developing ideas that explain how and why events occur. Theory is constructed with the following basic elements or building blocks: (1) concepts, (2) variables, (3) statements, and (4) formats.
Though there are different types of theory, the basic elements are common to all. The series provides unique perspectives on the way globalisation is radically altering the study, discipline and practice of law.
Featuring innovative books in this growing field, the series explores those bodies of law which are becoming global in their application, and the newly emerging interdependency and interaction of different legal systems.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Luhmann, Niklas, Sociological theory of law.
London ; Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul, However, sociological Jurisprudence, as the name suggests draws inspiration, ideas and methods from sociology of law. Sociology.
The study of society is as old as philosophy. Political theory, moral philosophy and even religion are concerned with society in one way or another. Sociology as a distinct discipline has a more recent origin, in the.