1 edition of Law and society in Canada in historical perspective found in the catalog.
Law and society in Canada in historical perspective
Bibliography: p. 161-171.
|Statement||edited by D.J. Bercuson and L.A. Knafla.|
|Series||The University of Calgary studies in history ;, no. 2|
|Contributions||Bercuson, David Jay., Knafla, Louis A., 1935-|
|LC Classifications||KE394 .L38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||172 p. (p. 172 blank) :|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||81485080|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, p. ; 23 cm. Contents: Section 1. Informal law --Principles of vengeance: fur trappers, Indians, and retaliation of homicide in the transboundary North American West --From folklore to revolution: Charivaris and the Lower Canadian Law and society in Canada in historical perspective book of --Atomistic order and frontier violence: miners and.
OCLC Number: Notes: Page blank. Description: pages: illustrations ; 28 cm. Contents: Violence and authority: the case of Bytown / Michael S. Cross --The poor laws in early upper Canada / J.C. Levy --The evolution of the right of privacy in Québec / Pierre Patenaude --The incidence of crime in southern Alberta / Thomas Thorner --The anti-drug crusade in western Canada.
Law and society in Canada in historical perspective Law and society in Canada in historical perspective. Law of America > Law of Canada > Federal law. Common and collective provincial law Individual provinces and territories > History > General.
Edition Details. Creator or Attribution (Responsibility): David Jay Bercuson; Language: English; Jurisdiction(s):. Contemporary law and society scholarship encompasses a wide range of epistemological perspectives, from the cultural studies approach of law and humanities to empirical legal studies—and everything in by: 2.
The purpose of The Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History is to encourage research and writing in the history of Canadian law. The Society, which was incorporated in and is registered as a charity, was founded at the initiative of the Honourable R.
Roy McMurtry, former attorney general for Ontario, and officials of the Law Society of Upper Canada. Book Description. Law and Society provides a balanced and comprehensive analysis of the interplay between law and society using both Canadian and international clear and readable text is fi lled with interesting information, ideas and insights.
All materials and supporting statistics have been carefully updated. About Osgoode Society. The Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History was established in to promote the publication of work on the history of Canadian law, and to create and preserve an oral history archive.
Header image courtesy of Tim Fraser for The Law Society. Readings in Law and Society's collection of carefully edited articles, court decisions, and government documents takes an interdisciplinary approach, providing a critical perspective of law and legal institutions. Through a conceptualization of social science theories.
Pearl Eliadis Speaking out on Human Rights: Debating Canada’s Human Rights System. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press,pp. Amber Dean Remembering Vancouver’s Disappeared Women: Settler Colonialism and the Difficulty of Inheritance. Toronto: University of Toronto Press,pp.
Margaret Conrad is an honourary research professor at the University of New Brunswick. She became an Officer of the Order of Canada in and is a director of Canada’s History Society.
Conrad was a member of the Progressive Conservative Students Society at Acadia University in the late s when she witnessed a speech given by Douglas. THE RULE OF LAW IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE* W.
Burnett Harvey" E VENTS of the past two decades have made imperative a funda- mental re-examination of the basis of government and the legal order. The gross inhumanities of the German and Japanese.
The scope of this book goes beyond traditional studies of the history of crime to include important aspects of deviance, moral regulation and relations of power in Canadian society. It challenges students to consider the historical relationships between criminal justice practices and gender, sexuality, class, and race inequities in Canadian.
In addition to her scholarly research and teaching, Professor Backhouse is an adjudicator and mediator of human rights complaints. She was elected Bencher to the Law Society of Upper Canada inand re-elected in and Professor Backhouse has published four monographs with the Osgoode Society.
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Elaine Craig, Putting Trials on Trial: Sexual Assault and the Failure of the Legal Profession (Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, ).
Honourable mention: Philip Girard, Jim Phillips and R. Blake Brown, A History of Law in Canada. Vol. 1: Beginnings to (Toronto: University of Toronto Press for the Osgoode Society, ).
The editor's introductory essay, What is a 'Law and Society' Perspective on Intellectual Property?, identifies and analyzes the major approaches to interdisciplinary law and society scholarship on intellectual property and identifies each author's contribution to this emerging perspective on what is an increasingly important area of law : William T.
Gallagher. Punishment: A Comparative Historical Perspective. This book is designed to identify and examine the sources of similarity and differences in types of economic punishments, incapacitation devices and structures, and lethal and non-lethal forms of.
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The Peter Oliver Prize in Canadian Legal History was established by the Society in in honour of Professor Peter Oliver, the Society’s founding editor-in-chief.
The prize is awarded annually for published work (journal article, book chapter, book) in Canadian legal history written by a student. Law and Society offers a clear, readable, and balanced look at the interplay between law and examines new trends, concerns, and controversies from social control to social change that will keep students informed, current, and knowledgeable about the sociology of law/5(3).
The law is not above or outside of society; it is the reflection of society at a given moment in its evolution, the result of the balance of power between social groups and one of a number of instruments or means used to impose ideas and defend interests.This is the standard reader in American law and constitutional development.
The selections demonstrate that the legal order, once defined by society, helps in molding the various forces of the social life of that society.
The essays cover the entire period of the American experience, from the colonies to postindustrial society.5/5(1).Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.