Research Methods for Law

Synopsis

Research Methods for Law introduces undergraduate and postgraduate students to available methods of research - legalistic, empirical, comparative and theoretical - drawing on actual research projects as examples. The book is written by a team of contributors with a broad range of teaching and research experience in law, criminal justice and socio-legal studies. Designed to serve as a handbook for research methods courses with its coverage of the principal research traditions, the book will also appeal to students of related disciplines who have an interest in legal issues including those from criminology, sociology, psychology, government, politics and social administration. The rich mix of general lessons, theoretical engagement and practical examples will be of real value to students.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Mike McConville
  • Wing Hong Chui
  • Ian Dobinson
  • Francis Johns
  • Satnam Choongh
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Edinburgh
Publication year:
  • 2007
Subjects:

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