21 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. [i] (2011-2012)

handle is hein.journals/scid21 and id is 1 raw text is: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
INTERDISCIPLINARY LAW JOURNAL
VOLUME 21   FALL 2011  NUMBER 1

ARTICLES
How MUCH DOES A BELIEF COST?: REVISITING THE
MARKETPLACE OF IDEAS ............................. Gregory Brazeal
FRANZ KAFKA, LAWRENCE JOSEPH, AND THE POSSIBILITIES OF
JURISPRUDENTIAL LITERATURE ...................... Patrick J. Glen
JUST A JOKE: DEFAMATORY HUMOR AND INCONGRUITY'S
PROM ISE  ........................................................... Laura  E. Little
NOTES
IRRATIONALLY BOUND: TERMS OF USE LICENSES AND THE
BREAKDOWN OF CONSUMER RATIONALITY IN THE MARKET
FOR SOCIAL NETWORK SITES ........................... Aaron T. Chiu
COVERING TURBANS AND BEARDS: TITLE VII'S ROLE IN
LEGITIMIZING RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION AGAINST SIKHS
................................................................. K iran  P reet D hillon

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