The Resource The role of social science in law, edited by Elizabeth Mertz

The role of social science in law, edited by Elizabeth Mertz

Label
The role of social science in law
Title
The role of social science in law
Statement of responsibility
edited by Elizabeth Mertz
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
340/.115
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
K376
LC item number
.R65 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Mertz, Elizabeth
Series statement
The international library of essays in law and society
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Law and the social sciences
  • Sociological jurisprudence
Label
The role of social science in law, edited by Elizabeth Mertz
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0712/2007009758.html
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
James Boyd White (1987), "Intellectual integration", NorthWestern University Law Review, 82, pp. 1-18 -- John Monahan and Laurens Walker (1991), "Judicial use of social science research", Law and Human Behavior, 15, pp. 571-84 -- John Donahue and Justin Wolfers (2005), "Uses and abuses of empirical evidence in the death penalty debate", Stanford Law Review, 58: pp. 791-845 -- Michael L. Radelet and Marian J. Borg (2000), "The changing nature of death penalty debates", Annual Review of Sociology, 26, pp. 43-61 -- David C. Baldus (1994), "The death penalty dialogue between law and social science", Indiana Law Review, 70, pp. 1033-41 -- Elizabeth Mertz (2007), "Teaching lawyers the language of law : legal and anthropological translations", the John Marshall Law Review, 34, pp. 91-117 -- David Nelken (2001), "Can law learn from social science?" Israel Law Review, 35, pp. 205-24 -- Edward L. Rubin (1997), "Law and the methodology of law", Wisconsin Law Review, pp. 521-65 -- Joseph Sanders, Shari S. diamond and Neil Vidmar (2002), "Legal perceptions of science and expert knowledge", Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 8, pp. 139-53 -- Edmond Cahn (1955), "Jurisprudence", New York University Law Review, 30, pp. 150-69 -- Deborah Jones Merritt (1998), "The future of Bakke : will social science matter?", Ohio State Law Journal, 59, pp. 1055-67 -- Susan T. Fiske et al. (1991), "Social science research on trial : use of sex stereotyping research in Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins", American Psychologist, 46, pp. 1049-60 -- Bryant G. Garth (1997), "Observations on an uncomfortable relationship : civil procedure and empirical research", Alabama Law Review, 49, pp. 103-31 -- Robert P. Burns (2003), "Some philosophical resources for an account of truth practices in the American trial", Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 26, pp. 109-35 -- Ron Levi and Mariana Valverde (2001), "Knowledge on tap : police science and common knowledge in the legal regulation of drunkenness", Law and Social Inquiry, 26, pp. 819-46 -- David B. Wilkins (1999), "The professional responsibility of professional schools to study and teach about the profession", Journal of Legal Education, 49, pp. 76-95 -- Renee Romkens (2000), "Ambiguous responsibilities : law and conflicting expert testimony on the abused woman who shot her sleeping husband", Law and Social Inquiry, 25, p. 355-91 -- Justice R. James Williams (2001), "Should judges close the gate on pas and pa?" Family Court Review, 39, p. 267-81 -- Shari Seidman Diamond (1989), "Using psychology to control law : from deceptive advertising to criminal sentencing", Law and Human Behavior, 13, p. 239-52 -- Lawrence Rosen (1977), "The anthropologist as expert witness", American Anthropologist, 79, p. 555-78 -- Susan S. Silbey and Austin Sarat (1987), "Critical traditions in law and society research", Law & Society Review, 21, p. 165-74 -- John Hagan, Wenona Rymond-Richmond, and Patricia Parker (2005), "The criminology of genocide : the death and rape of Darfur", Criminology, 43, pp. 525-61 -- Wendy Espeland (1994), "Legally mediated identity : the National Environmental Policy Act and the bureaucratic construction of interests", Law & Society Review, 28, p. 1149-79 -- Jacqueline Urla (1993), "Cultural politics in an age of statistics : numbers, nations, and the making of Basque identity", American Ethnologist, 20, pp. 818-43
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xxx, 611 p.
Isbn
9780754626015
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007009758
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
  • 3030913-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3030913
  • (Sirsi) o85830803
  • (OCoLC)85830803
Label
The role of social science in law, edited by Elizabeth Mertz
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0712/2007009758.html
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
James Boyd White (1987), "Intellectual integration", NorthWestern University Law Review, 82, pp. 1-18 -- John Monahan and Laurens Walker (1991), "Judicial use of social science research", Law and Human Behavior, 15, pp. 571-84 -- John Donahue and Justin Wolfers (2005), "Uses and abuses of empirical evidence in the death penalty debate", Stanford Law Review, 58: pp. 791-845 -- Michael L. Radelet and Marian J. Borg (2000), "The changing nature of death penalty debates", Annual Review of Sociology, 26, pp. 43-61 -- David C. Baldus (1994), "The death penalty dialogue between law and social science", Indiana Law Review, 70, pp. 1033-41 -- Elizabeth Mertz (2007), "Teaching lawyers the language of law : legal and anthropological translations", the John Marshall Law Review, 34, pp. 91-117 -- David Nelken (2001), "Can law learn from social science?" Israel Law Review, 35, pp. 205-24 -- Edward L. Rubin (1997), "Law and the methodology of law", Wisconsin Law Review, pp. 521-65 -- Joseph Sanders, Shari S. diamond and Neil Vidmar (2002), "Legal perceptions of science and expert knowledge", Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 8, pp. 139-53 -- Edmond Cahn (1955), "Jurisprudence", New York University Law Review, 30, pp. 150-69 -- Deborah Jones Merritt (1998), "The future of Bakke : will social science matter?", Ohio State Law Journal, 59, pp. 1055-67 -- Susan T. Fiske et al. (1991), "Social science research on trial : use of sex stereotyping research in Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins", American Psychologist, 46, pp. 1049-60 -- Bryant G. Garth (1997), "Observations on an uncomfortable relationship : civil procedure and empirical research", Alabama Law Review, 49, pp. 103-31 -- Robert P. Burns (2003), "Some philosophical resources for an account of truth practices in the American trial", Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 26, pp. 109-35 -- Ron Levi and Mariana Valverde (2001), "Knowledge on tap : police science and common knowledge in the legal regulation of drunkenness", Law and Social Inquiry, 26, pp. 819-46 -- David B. Wilkins (1999), "The professional responsibility of professional schools to study and teach about the profession", Journal of Legal Education, 49, pp. 76-95 -- Renee Romkens (2000), "Ambiguous responsibilities : law and conflicting expert testimony on the abused woman who shot her sleeping husband", Law and Social Inquiry, 25, p. 355-91 -- Justice R. James Williams (2001), "Should judges close the gate on pas and pa?" Family Court Review, 39, p. 267-81 -- Shari Seidman Diamond (1989), "Using psychology to control law : from deceptive advertising to criminal sentencing", Law and Human Behavior, 13, p. 239-52 -- Lawrence Rosen (1977), "The anthropologist as expert witness", American Anthropologist, 79, p. 555-78 -- Susan S. Silbey and Austin Sarat (1987), "Critical traditions in law and society research", Law & Society Review, 21, p. 165-74 -- John Hagan, Wenona Rymond-Richmond, and Patricia Parker (2005), "The criminology of genocide : the death and rape of Darfur", Criminology, 43, pp. 525-61 -- Wendy Espeland (1994), "Legally mediated identity : the National Environmental Policy Act and the bureaucratic construction of interests", Law & Society Review, 28, p. 1149-79 -- Jacqueline Urla (1993), "Cultural politics in an age of statistics : numbers, nations, and the making of Basque identity", American Ethnologist, 20, pp. 818-43
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xxx, 611 p.
Isbn
9780754626015
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007009758
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
  • 3030913-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3030913
  • (Sirsi) o85830803
  • (OCoLC)85830803

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