1. Auflage 2009,
316 Seiten, Gebunden, Format (B × H): 138 mm x 216 mm, Gewicht: 454 g
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Dhanda / Parashar Decolonisation of Legal KnowledgeThe premise of this book is that legal theory in general, and critical legal theory in particular, do not facilitate the identification of choices being made in the different facets of law -- whether in the enacting, interpreting, administering or theorising of law.
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Acknowledgements Introduction Decolonisation of Knowledge: Whose Responsibility by Amita Dhanda& Archana Parashar 1. Development and the Limits of State Politics: rethinking Emancipatory Politics in Contemporary Africa by Michael Neocosmos 2. The Successful Failing of Legal Theory by Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos 3. Power and Responsibility: The Curse of Spider-Man by Francesca Dominello 4. International Laws and the Discontented: Westernisation, the Development and the Underdevelopment of International Laws by Gbenga Oduntan 5. The Female Diaspora: Interrogating the Female Trafficked Migrant by Sharron A. Fitzgerald 6. Sexualised Economics: Divorce and the Division of Farming Property in Australia by Malcolm Voyce 7. Responsibility for Legal Knowledge by Archana Parashar 8. The Governance of Power: Taxing Choices by Radha Arun 9. The Ability to Respond: Responsibility of Regulatory Institutions by Vijaya Nagarajan 10. Power of One: The Law Teacher in the Legal Academy by Amita Dhanda About the Editors Notes on Contributors Index