|Preface and Acknowledgements||vii|
|Introduction and Overview Mike McConville and Wing Hong Chui||1|
|1.||Qualitative Legal Research Ian Dobinson and Francis Johns||16|
|2.||Quantitative Legal Research Wing Hong Chui||46|
|3.||Doing Ethnographic Research: Lessons from a Case Study Satnam Choongh||69|
|4.||Comparative Legal Scholarship Geoffrey Wilson||87|
|5.||Integrating Theory and Method in the Comparative Contextual Analysis of Trial Process MarkFindlay and Ralph Henham||104|
|6.||Researching the Landless Movement in Brazil George Meszaros||133|
|7.||Non-empirical Discovery in Legal Scholarship – Choosing, Researching and Writing a Traditional Scholarly Article Michael Pendleton||159|
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Publication information: Book title: Research Methods for Law. Contributors: Mike McConville - Editor, Wing Hong Chui - Editor. Publisher: Edinburgh University Press. Place of publication: Edinburgh. Publication year: 2007. Page number: v.
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