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PREFACEOVERVIEW OF THE STUDY OF LAW AND SOCIETYSOCIAL SCIENTISTS AND LAWYERSDEFINITIONS OF LAWTYPES OF LAWMAJOR LEGAL SYSTEMSROMANO-GERMANIC SYSTEM (CIVIL LAW SYSTEM)COMMON LAW SYSTEMSOCIALIST LEGAL SYSTEMISLAMIC LEGAL SYSTEMPRINCIPAL FUNCTIONS OF LAWSOCIAL CONTROLDISPUTE SETTLEMENTSOCIAL CHANGEDYSFUNCTIONS OF LAWPARADIGMS OF SOCIETYTHE CONSENSUS PERSPECTIVETHE CONFLICT PERSPECTIVETHE ROLE OF THE SOCIAL SCIENTISTSUMMARYKEY TERMSSUGGESTED READINGSREFERENCESTHEORETICAL PERSPECTIVESEVOLUTION OF LEGAL SYSTEMSTRADITIONAL LEGAL SYSTEMSTRANSITIONAL LEGAL SYSTEMSMODERN LEGAL SYSTEMSTHEORIES OF LAW AND SOCIETYTHE EUROPEAN PIONEERSBaron de Montesquieu (1689-1755)Herbert Spencer (1820-1903)Sir Henry Sumner Maine (1822-1888)CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGICAL THEORISTSKarl Marx (1818-1883)Max Weber (1864-1920)imile Durkheim (1858-1917)SOCIOLEGAL THEORISTSAlbert Venn Dicey (1835-1922)Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. (1841-1935)Edward Adamson Hoebel (1906-1993)CONTEMPORARY LAW AND SOCIETY THEORISTSDonald BlackRoberto Mangabeira UngerCURRENT INTELLECTUAL MOVEMENTS IN LAW AND SOCIETYTHE FUNCTIONALIST APPROACHCONFLICT AND MARXIST APPROACHESTHE CRITICAL LEGAL STUDIES MOVEMENTFEMINIST LEGAL THEORYCRITICAL RACE THEORYSUMMARYKEY TERMSSUGGESTED READINGSREFERENCESTHE ORGANIZATION OF LAWCOURTSDISPUTE CATEGORIESTHE ORGANIZATION OF COURTSPARTICIPANTS IN COURT PROCESSESThe Voir DireScientific Jury SelectionOther Issues Concerning the JuryTHE FLOW OF LITIGATIONCRIMINAL CASESPlea Bargaining CIVIL CASESLEGISLATURESTHE FUNCTIONS OF LEGISLATURESConflict Management FunctionsIntegrative FunctionsTHE ORGANIZATION OF LEGISLATURESPARTICIPANTS IN THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESSLobbyists and Interest Groups ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIESTHE ORGANIZATION OF ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIESTHE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSLAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIESTHE ORGANIZATION OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIESPOLICE DISCRETIONSUMMARYKEY TERMSSUGGESTED READINGSREFERENCESLAWMAKINGPERSPECTIVES ON LAWMAKINGTHE RATIONALISTIC MODELTHE FUNCTIONALIST VIEWTHE CONFLICT PERSPECTIVEMORAL ENTREPRENEUR THEORYA FINAL WORD ON THEORIES OF LAWMAKINGLEGISLATIONLEGISLATION AND SOCIAL ISSUESPRE-LAWMAKING ACTIVITIESADMINISTRATIVE LAWMAKINGADMINISTRATIVE RULEMAKINGADMINISTRATIVE ADJUDICATIONJUDICIAL LAWMAKINGLAWMAKING BY PRECEDENTSLAWMAKING BY INTERPRETATION OF STATUTESTHE INTERPRETATION OF CONSTITUTIONSINFLUENCES ON LAWMAKINGINTEREST GROUPSPUBLIC OPINIONLAWMAKING AND SOCIAL SCIENCESOURCES OF IMPETUS FOR LAWDETACHED SCHOLARLY DIAGNOSISNONACADEMIC WRITINGPROTEST ACTIVITIES AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTSPUBLIC-INTEREST GROUPSTHE MASS MEDIASUMMARYKEY TERMSSUGGESTED READINGSREFERENCESLAW AND SOCIAL CONTROLINFORMAL SOCIAL CONTROLFORMAL SOCIAL CONTROLCRIMINAL SANCTIONSDISCORD OVER THE DEATH PENALTYArguments against the Death PenaltyCIVIL COMMITMENTCRIMES WITHOUT VICTIMSDRUG USEThe Failure of the Legal War against DrugsPROSTITUTIONGAMBLINGWHITE-COLLAR CRIMEEXTENT AND COST OF CORPORATE CRIMELEGAL CONTROL OF CORPORATE CRIMESOCIAL CONTROL OF DISSENTADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND SOCIAL CONTROLLICENSINGINSPECTIONTHREAT OF PUBLICITYSUMMARYKEY TERMSSUGGESTED READINGSREFERENCESLAW AND DISPUTE RESOLUTIONA NOTE ON TERMINOLOGYMETHODS OF DISPUTE RESOLUTIONLUMPING IT AND AVOIDANCEPRIMARY RESOLUTION PROCESSESHYBRID RESOLUTION PROCESSESDISPUTE RESOLUTION IN REVIEWDEMANDS FOR COURT SERVICES IN DISPUTE RESOLUTIONVARIATION IN LITIGATION RATESPREREQUISITES FOR THE USE OF COURTS IN DISPUTE RESOLUTIONINDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS AS DISPUTANTSDISPUTES BETWEEN INDIVIDUALSDISPUTES BETWEEN INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONSLaw as a Method of Dispute Resolution in AcademiaStudent-Faculty RelationshipTHE COURTS AS COLLECTION AGENCIESDISPUTES BETWEEN ORGANIZATIONSPublic-Interest Law Firms in Environmental DisputesSUMMARYKEY TERMSSUGGESTED READINGSREFERENCESLAW AND SOCIAL CHANGERECIPROCITY BETWEEN LAW AND SOCIAL CHANGESOCIAL CHANGES AS CAUSES OF LEGAL CHANGESLAW AS AN INSTRUMENT OF SOCIAL CHANGEINDIRECT AND DIRECT EFFECTS OF LAW ON SOCIAL CHANGEADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING LAW'S EFFECT ON SOCIAL CHANGETHE EFFICACY OF LAW AS AN INSTRUMENT OF SOCIAL CHANGEADVANTAGES OF LAW IN CREATING SOCIAL CHANGELEGITIMATE AUTHORITYTHE BINDING FORCE OF LAWSANCTIONSLIMITATIONS OF LAW IN CREATING SOCIAL CHANGEELITES AND CONFLICTING INTERESTSLAW AS ONLY ONE OF MANY POLICY INSTRUMENTSMORALITY AND VALUESRESISTANCE TO CHANGESOCIAL FACTORSVested InterestsSocial ClassIdeological ResistanceOrganized OppositionPSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORSSelective PerceptionMoral DevelopmentCULTURAL FACTORSECONOMIC FACTORSSUMMARYKEY TERMSSUGGESTED READINGSREFERENCESTHE LEGAL PROFESSIONORIGINS OF THE LEGAL PROFESSIONUNDERSTANDING PROFESSIONS AND PROFESSIONALIZATIONTHE EMERGENCE OF ATTORNEYSThe Emergence of Lawyers in EnglandLaw in English UniversitiesThe Legal Profession in EnglandEVOLUTION OF THE AMERICAN LEGAL PROFESSIONPOST-REVOLUTIONARY AMERICAAND BEYONDDean Langdell of Harvard Law SchoolThe U.S. Legal Profession into the Early Twentieth CenturyGENDER AND RACE IN THE LEGAL PROFESSIONTHE RISE OF THE CORPORATE ATTORNEYTHE LEGAL PROFESSION TODAYTHE NEGATIVE IMAGE OF LAWYERSTHE EMPLOYMENT OF LAWYERSPrivate PracticeSolo PractitionersLarge Law FirmsPrivate Corporations and Other BusinessesREVENUE STREAMS: LAWYERS AND MONEYCOMPETITION FOR BUSINESSLEGAL SERVICES FOR THE POOR AND THE NOT SO POORLAW SCHOOLA BRIEF LOOK AT ENROLLMENT AND ADMISSIONWOMEN AND PEOPLE OF COLOR IN LAW SCHOOLTHE TRAINING AND SOCIALIZATION OF LAW STUDENTSThe Socratic MethodOther Problems in Legal EducationBAR ADMISSIONLICENSINGThe Bar ExamCHARACTER AND MORAL FITNESSBAR ASSOCIATIONS AS INTEREST GROUPSPROFESSIONAL DISCIPLINESUMMARYKEY TERMSSUGGESTED READINGSREFERENCESRESEARCHING LAW IN SOCIETYMETHODS OF INQUIRYHISTORICAL METHODSOBSERVATIONAL METHODSEXPERIMENTAL METHODSSURVEY METHODSTHE IMPACT OF SOCIOLOGY ON SOCIAL POLICYCONTRIBUTIONS OF SOCIOLOGY TO POLICY RECOMMENDATIONSCONTRIBUTIONS OF SOCIOLOGY TO ENACTED POLICYEVALUATION RESEARCH AND IMPACT STUDIESDIMENSIONS OF POLICY IMPACTMEASURING LAW'S IMPACTSUMMARYKEY TERMSSUGGESTED READINGSREFERENCESEPILOGUE: LAW AND INEQUALITY IN A CHANGING AMERICARACE AND ETHNICITYRACE/ETHNICITY AND THE LAW TODAYIndirect and Direct Effects of Race and EthnicityImplicit Bias Evidence of Implicit Bias in the Criminal Justice SystemLaw EnforcementConviction and SentencingSOCIAL CLASSGENDEREPILOGUE SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND GENDER IDENTITYSUMMARYKEY TERMSSUGGESTED READINGSREFERENCES
 
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