Making Women Powerful: What the Fight Against Gender-Based Violence in India can Teach us
Chelsea Wallis reviews Poulami Roychowdhury's new text, Capable Women, Incapable States: Negotiating Violence and Rights in India (Oxford University Press, 2021).
Corporations and Corporate Law – Amongst the Most Unloved Subjects of Socio-Legal Studies
Professor Sally Wheeler reflects on why corporations and corporate law, amongst the most unloved subjects within Socio-Legal Studies, matter for Socio-Legal Studies.
Sociological Jurisprudence Today
Professor Roger Cotterrell reflects on sociological jurisprudence today. He begins by introducing legal scholarship as a tribal affair and asks where jurisprudence fits.
“Doing” Ethics: Ethical Approval and Signature Fetishism
Dr Anna Tsalapatanis reflects on ethical approval and signature fetishism. She begins by stating that there is a need to reflect on the ways in which we seek informed consent in social research.
What do you do when your Research Subjects Lie to You?
Professor Linda Mulcahy reflects on the ethics of partiality and explores unanticipated challenges that can arise during Socio-Legal fieldwork, drawing upon her experiences in the field.