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050  4 K590.5.A32 2001 
082 0  340.2 
100 1  Nelken, David 
245 10 Adapting Legal Cultures :|bAdapting Legal Cultures 
250    1st ed 
264  1 London :|bBloomsbury Publishing Plc,|c2001 
264  4 |c©2001 
300    1 online resource (288 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Oñati International Series in Law and Society Ser. ;|vv.v.
       5 
505 0  Half Title Page -- Half Title verso -- Title Page -- Title
       Page verso -- Series Editors' Foreword -- Preface -- 
       Contents -- Contributors -- Part One: Theorising Legal 
       Adaptation -- Introduction -- 1.  Towards a Sociology of 
       Legal Adaptation -- I. COMPETING APPROACHES TO THE STUDY 
       OF LEGAL TRANSFERS -- I I. ADAPTING LEGAL CULTURES: 
       IDENTIFYING THE ISSUES -- I I I. WHAT MAKES A LEGAL 
       ADAPTATION SUCCESSFUL? -- REFERENCES -- 2.  What "Legal 
       Transplants"? -- "LEGAL TRANSPLANT" EXPLORED -- RULE 
       EXAMINED -- OBJECTIONS -- RULE AND MEANING -- RULE AS 
       CULTURE -- COMPARATIVE LEGAL STUDIES AND UNDERSTANDING -- 
       "LEGAL TRANSPLANTS" RECONSIDERED -- TO RECAPITULATE -- THE
       POLITICS OF "LEGAL TRANSPLANTS" -- COMPARATIVE LEGAL 
       STUDIES OTHERWISE -- REFERENCES -- 3.  Is There a Logic of
       Legal Transplants? -- COMPARATIVE LAW AND LEGAL SOCIOLOGY 
       -- A LOGIC IN SEARCH OF A THEORY -- LEGAL TRANSPLANTS AND 
       LAW'S COMMUNITIES -- SOME SOCIAL FRAMEWORKS OF LEGAL 
       CHANGE -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- 4.  Some Comments on
       Cotterrell and Legal Transplants -- COTTERRELL AND THE 
       THEORY OF COMMUNITY -- 5.  State Formation and Legal 
       Change: On the Impact of International Politics -- 
       INTRODUCTION -- THE STATE AT THE INTERSECTION OF NATIONAL 
       AND INTERNATIONAL POLITICS -- A STATE-CENTRED PERSPECTIVE 
       ON LAW -- ADAPTING TO INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL INFLUENCES -
       - THE STATE IN THE STUDY OF COURTS AND LITIGATION -- THE 
       POLITICS OF PROCEDURE -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- 6.  
       From Globalisation of Law to Law under Globalisation -- 
       GLOBALISATION AND THE TRANSNATIONAL RULE OF LAW -- 
       COUNTERTENDENCIES: BACKLASH AND RESISTANCE -- STRUCTURAL 
       CORRELATES OF GLOBALISATION: DE-DIFFERENTIATION AND 
       NETWORK FORMATION -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Part Two:
       Case-studies of Legal Adaptation -- Introduction -- 7.  
       The Still-birth and Re-birth of Product Liability in Japan
       -- INTRODUCTION 
505 8  STILL-BIRTH: THE LATE 1960S AND EARLY 1970S -- REBIRTH: 
       THE LATE 1980S AND THE EARLY 1990S -- CONCLUSIONS -- 
       REFERENCES -- 8.  The Empty Space of the Modern in 
       Japanese Law Discourse -- LAW'S RECEPTION AND 
       MODERNISATION -- HISTORICAL BACKGROUND AND LOW 
       MOBILISATION OF LAW -- CONSTITUTIVE ROLE OF THE LAW IN 
       MODERNISATION -- MODERNISATION SCHOOL -- CONSEQUENCES OF 
       THE ABSENCE OF THE MODERN -- REFERENCES -- 9.  Comparative
       Law and Legal Transplantation in South East Asia: Making 
       Sense of the "Nomic Din -- INTRODUCTION -- COMPARATIVE LAW
       AND SOUTH EAST ASIA -- LEGAL TRANSPLANTATION IN THE 
       HISTORY OF SOUTH EAST ASIA -- SOME COMMENTS ON LEGAL 
       CONFLICTS AND "RECEPTION" -- RECONSTRUCTING SOUTH EAST 
       ASIAN LEGALITY -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- 10.  
       Marketisation, Public Service and Universal Service -- THE
       ANGLO-AMERICAN TRADITION AND UNIVERSAL SERVICE -- THE 
       FRENCH CULTURE OF PUBLIC SERVICE -- TRANSPLANTING 
       CULTURES? THE ROLE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION -- CONCLUSION -- 
       REFERENCES -- 11.  The Import and Export of Law and Legal 
       Institutions: International Strategies in National Palace 
       Wars -- SUCCESSFUL TRANSPLANTS -- UNSUCCESSFUL TRANSPLANTS
       -- COMPLICATIONS: MISTRANSLATIONS, DOUBLE AGENTS, PALACE 
       WARS AND SELF-FULFILLING PROPHESIES -- CONCLUSIONS -- 
       REFERENCES -- 12.  The Vultures Fly East: the Creation and
       Globalisation of the Distressed Debt Market -- THE 
       INSOLVENCY FIELD -- THE LONDON APPROACH -- THE DISTRESSED 
       DEBT MARKET -- THE MARKET MOVES ON -- VULTURES AND THE 
       LONDON APPROACH -- REFERENCES -- Index 
520    This book looks at the theory and practice of legal 
       borrowing and adaptation in different areas of the world 
       and offers a range of valuable insights 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
       sources 
590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
650  0 Law -- History.;Law -- Interpretation and construction 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Feest, Johannes 
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