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Sociology of Law

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This book simplifies complex legal concepts into a layman’s understanding and gives readers an edge in grasping sociological and legal conceptions that are only available to trained practitioners. The Author’s creative mastery and approach in marrying social and legal fields into a socio-legal subject is classical. This book x-rays legal phenomenon in the light of sociological insights and viewed societal occurrences through a legal lens.

The book bequeaths readers the understanding on social mindsets and how humans act in response to legal regulations; hence, theories and criticisms of legal cum behavioural patterns in a communal setting are discussed using major jurisprudential principles, thought schools and doctrines. The author gives a critique on the doctrines of rule of law and simplified the effect of socio-legal methods or techniques of control in society, as well as elucidating morality in relation to law and justice.

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