Friday, 10 February 2017
Introduction: exploring the comparative in socio-legal studies
Introduction: exploring the comparative in socio-legal studies: "...comparison is a natural part of much good scholarship. In practice, we suggest, socio-legal scholars regularly undertake forms of comparison in different ways, often without being explicit about their methods and purposes. The diversity discussed and reflected in the many edited volumes on comparative law should not be regarded as a problem. Rather than searching for some ideal, prescriptive and methodologically precise form of comparison, the field should allow different approaches and purposes. We should make a virtue out of variety." 'via Blog this'