Forskningsseminarier i rättssociologi - Engaging with Reza Banakar
I Rättssociologiska institutionens seminarieserie föreläser lokala och internationella forskare om den senaste rättssociologiska forskningen. Seminarierna hålls på engelska och är öppna för allmänheten.
Information på engelska:
School of Social Sciences, University of Tasmania
This paper in honour of Reza Banakar has the following headings: Some memories; Intellectual contributions (to sociology of law and sociological jurisprudence); How Australian magistrates make bail decisions; and Themes and questions (legal pluralism, black letter law, normativity, and law in late modern societies). Reza was a sociological jurist or legal theorist influenced by sociology, and Max Travers will engage critically with his ideas and approach. Travers will also give a taste of his own interest in law as a sociologist. Law and sociology are each complex disciplines, and it is easy to get things wrong from either side through lack of knowledge or understanding. Reza did more than most in asking interesting questions and crossing intellectual divides.
Dr Max Travers is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences, at the University of Tasmania, Australia. He has published studies about the work of defence lawyers, judicial officers in immigration appeals tribunals and children's courts, and is currently researching bail decision making and pretrial services. He has written textbooks on qualitative research methods and sociology of law, and a monograph about the rise of quality assurance as a new form of regulation. He has contributed to Asian and comparative criminology through co-editing Comparative Criminology in Asia (2017).
This is a digital seminar. Follow this link at 10:00 (UTC+1) on February 17 to join.
17 februari 2021 10:00 till 11:00
Seminariet hålls digitalt på Zoom. Detaljer för deltagande i beskrivningen.
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