Society and Law: An Exploration across Disciplines now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Society and Law: An Exploration across Disciplines, edited by Ayan Hazra.
Law is a discipline deeply affected by development and adjustment. Standards are neither made nor connected in a vacuum, and are re-adjusted and utilized for a number of specific reasons. Law and society are deeply connected with each other: society resembles the wilderness without the application of law, while law is characterised by the society in which it is implemented.
The relationship between authoritative legal documents and social science has been increasingly investigated within recent years, with collaboration between researchers from the humanities, sociology, and legal disciplines, destabilizing and re-conceptualizing ways of discussing legal issues. This ever-expanding corpus of work has explored an assortment of issues, from ideas of uniformity and secularism to histories of provincial law, and from women’s activist engagements with the law to the relationship between law and the media. This book investigates a range of hypothetical issues concerning the relationship between law and society and how it plays out, specifically in fields of legitimacy and social strategy at both residential and universal levels. This will allow the reader to comprehend the hidden standards and ideas in socio-legal reviews. The central questions here are: What effect does law have on our lives? To what extent does law either control what we do or permit us to accomplish what we need? Is law indistinguishable from equity?
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About the Editor
Ayan Hazra is an Assistant Professor of Sociology in the School of Juridical and Social Sciences at Hidayatullah National Law University, India. Although an academic by profession, his real passion is working with tribal societies, and he has worked with the International Rice Research Institute, Philippines, as a National Social Scientist in a drought breeding programme for rice. Hazra has contributed number of articles and research papers to reputed national and international journals and magazines. His research interests lies in gender studies, Indian society, sociology of agriculture and food, tribal sociology, and social psychology.