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Published: 30 September 2021 (Estimated)

208 Pages

210x140mm

ISBN: 9780190861568


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Legal Pluralism Explained

History, Theory, Consequences

Brian Z. Tamanaha

  • Provides a historical and theoretical explanation of legal pluralism
  • An interdisciplinary work that draws from legal history, legal anthropology, legal sociology, transnational and international law, and jurisprudence
  • Written clearly and accessibly for non-theorists and for those with no background in legal pluralism
  • Clarifies difficult issues in legal sociology and legal theory as to how to identify non-state law