Contemporary socio-legal studies: empirical and global perspectives


Gabriel Ferreira da Fonseca
Centro Universitário de Salvador (UNICEUSA)
Lucas Fucci Amato
Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Direito
Marco Antonio Loschiavo Leme de Barros
Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie. Faculdade de Direito


Filosofia do Direito, Sociologia jurídica


This volume is part of a series of seminars, interviews and publications that the editors have been organizing in the endeavor of bringing a highly abstract and general theory of society – such as Niklas Luhmann’s social systems theory – closer to more detailed discussions concerning specific legal fields and problems, and linking empirical investigation to legal doctrines and theories.  In this volume, we maintain the focus on systemic-theoretical approaches, but also invite a wider range of other contemporary socio-legal theories and methods. The reader is asked to find the contrasts and complementarities between these diverse viewpoints. The book is organized in four main parts: one presenting some theoretical and methodological discussions on how to couple sociological and legal theory with empirical research, under systemic approaches; the second one presents examples of empirical research adopting a socio-legal background to look to the legal, political and economic systems; a third one focuses on the problems of inclusion/ exclusion in contemporary society; the fourth and final session discusses researches concerning the legal process and legal organization.


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maio 10, 2023


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