37 Law & Soc. Inquiry [i] (2012)

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Social Inquiry
Volume 37, Number 1, Winter 2012
ARTICLES
Resisting the Enforcement of Sexual Harassment Law
Justine E. Tinkler                                                            1
Contract Law, Relational Contracts, and Reputational Networks in
International Trade: An Empirical Investigation into Cross-Border Contracts
in the Software Industry
Thomas Dietz                                                                 25
Field Theory, Cultural Capital, and the First Amendment: Two Paradoxes
in the Legitimation of News
Elizabeth E. Martinez                                                        58
The Protection of Reputation in Japan: A Systematic Analysis of
Defamation Cases
Noriko Kitajima                                                              89
Privacy Codes and Institutional Record Keeping: Procedural versus
Strategic Approaches
James B. Rule                                                               119
REVIEW    ESSAYS                                                                 146
Symposium on Gordon's Critical Legal Histories
Introduction to Symposium on Critical Legal Histories: Robert W. Gordon.
1984. Critical Legal Histories. Stanford Law Review 36:57-125
Hendrik Hartog                                                           147
What is Left of the Law and Society Paradigm after Critique? Revisiting
Gordon's Critical Legal Histories
Christopher Tomlins                                                      155
Of Mandarins, Legal Consciousness, and the Cultural Turn in US Legal History:
Robert W. Gordon. 1984. Critical Legal Histories. Stanford Law Review
36:57-125
Susanna L. Blumenthal                                                    167
The History in Critical Legal Histories: Robert W. Gordon. 1984.
Critical Legal Histories. Stanford Law Review 36:57-125
Laura F Edwards                                                          187
Critical Legal Histories Revisited: A Response
Robert W. Gordon                                                         200

BOOK NOTES                                             216

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