7 Brit. J.L. & Soc'y [i] (1980)

handle is hein.journals/jlsocty7 and id is 1 raw text is: British Journal of Law and Society
VOLUME 7 NUMBER 1                               SUMMER 1980
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Bucher and Strauss Revisited
The Case of the Solicitors' Profession ............ D. Podmore  1
Accomplishing Law: Structure and
Negotiation in Legislative Process ............... P. O'Malley  22
Fixed Fight or Free-For-All?
An Empirical Study of Combativeness
in the Adversary System of Justice .... B. Danet and B. Bogoch  36
Contexts for Coercion: Analyzing
Properties of Courtroom Questions . .......... R. Dunstan  61
The Future of Film Censorship ................... G. Robertson  78
COMMENTS
Access to Official Information ...................... J. Michael  95
Football Hooliganism:
Offences, Arrests and Violence -
A  Critical Note  ................................ J. Williams  104
Small Claims and Procedural Justice ............. K. Economides  111
BOOK REVIEWS
Cain and Hunt: Marx and
Engels on Law  ................................. M. Tushnet  122
Hirst: On Law and Ideology
Sumner: Reading Ideologies
Punch: Policing the Inner City ...................... N. Fielding  126
Holdaway (ed.): The British Police
Chesterman: Charities, Trusts and
Social Welfare  ................................ C. Unsworth  132
O ther Books Received  .......................................... 137
Abstracts of articles appearing in the Journal may be found in the following publications:
Abstracts of Criminology, Historical Abstracts, International Political Science Abstracts,
Social Work Research Abstracts, Sociologia Del Diretto and Sociological Abstracts.

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