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    Title: Realigning Law and Society in Taiwan
    Authors: 王曉丹
    Wang, Hsiao-Tan
    Contributors: 法科所
    Keywords:  Legalism ; Socio-legal Study ; Sociology of Law ; Legal Centralism ; Law and Society ; Mobilizing the Law ; Social Conflict ; Dispute ; Legal Culture ; Disaggregating the State
    法社會學 ; 法條主義 ; 法律與社會 ; 法律的社會動員 ; 法律與社會運動 ; 糾紛 ; 法律文化 ; 法律與政策 
    Date: 2010-10
    Issue Date: 2018-08-20 16:34:58 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The emergence of socio-legal studies in the domain of Taiwanese law has been regarded as a newly development to catch up with western legal academic achievements. Yet Taiwanese scholars have not developed a framework to provide theoretical and empirical perspectives for analyzing socio-legal phenomena. This paper proposes better models to explore the predicament of "the rule of law" in Taiwan. It therefore firstly reflects the underlying logic behind "legal centralism" which dominates Taiwanese socio-legal thinking. It then provides three different socio-legal research models each of which contains a particular perspective and methodology for dismantling the socio-legal continuity developed through history, power and culture. This paper intends to present the public situation before the law and encourage us to challenge and create the law.
    Relation: 政大法學評論, Vol.0, No.117, pp.63-108
    Data Type: article
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