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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC323H5
Professor
Zachary Levinsky
Semester
Winter

Description
Lecture 10 2014­04­05 Outline: • Finishing Ewick and Silbey • Legal Geography  • SCP/CPTED and Defensible Space • Valverde • Blomley  The Narrative • Must be expanded research methods • When is the last time you encountered a police? • Researchers need to follow up on particular questions and it is up to the skill of the researcher. You are trying to find the  bigger picture of the law.  • Law changes over the time.  • It does not stay static. That gives a better understanding and how we understand law.  • More than just people’s accounts • Ways ideas about and understanding of law develop  • There is no nuance there that Ewick and Silbey get at compared to Awaksi  • By not asking about the law explicitly, you get what the law means to people and how it shapes their identity.  • Helps notion law is understood experientially • Narratives provide some semblance of order • uncovers… New Slide:  • Challenges notions that people absorb a dominant ideology  o Uneducated public problem o Acquiescence” may be fact for observer o But not experienced as such • To LC researchers o If law and society constitute each other o Then: one cannot possibly “acquiesce” to the law o One can only effect its re­shaping • Narratives can get at this continual re­shaping • Moves law from a single isolated phenomenon—deductive law in this one unit of analysis (think about Latimer)  Summing Up • Shift from Galanter’s work o Moves “law and society” work fr
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