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Title The social organization of law. Edited by Donald Black [and] Maureen Mileski.
Imprint New York, Seminar Press [1973]


 Main Stacks  KF380 .B5    AVAILABLE
Description 405 p.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographies.
Subject Sociological jurisprudence.
Contents Selznick, P. Sociology and natural law.--Black, D. The boundaries of legal sociology.--Kawashima, T. Dispute settlement in Japan.--Macaulay, S. Contract law among American businessmen.--Nader, L. and Metzger, D. Conflict resolution in two Mexican communities.--Schwartz, R. D. Social control in two Israeli settlements.--Chambliss, W. Vagrancy law in England and America.--Garnsey, P. Legal privilege in the Roman Empire.--Kessler, F. Contracts and power in America.--Mayhew, L. and Reiss, A. J. Social class and legal services in America.--Nader, L. Dispute settlement and community organization: Shia Moslem and Mexican Zapotec.--Kaplan, I. Legal change among the Chagga of East Africa.--Massell, G. Revolutionary law in Soviet Central Asia.--Nisbet, R. Kinship and political power in first century Rome.--Lowie, R. H. Political organization among American Indians.--Bohannan, P. The differing realms of the law.--Diamond, S. The rule of law versus the order of custom.--Currie, E. P. The control of witchcraft in Renaissance Europe.--Gibbs, J. L. Two forms of dispute settlement among the Kpelle of West Africa.--Schwartz, R. D. and Miller, J. C. Legal evolution and societal complexity.
Other Author Mileski, Maureen.