Chapter 22 Sociological research in family law: international perspectives within the policy landscape
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This chapter provides an international perspective on recent ways of defining and researching the sociology of family law, distinguishing between socio legal studies and the sociology of law, and setting out key methodological approaches as exemplified in the work organised and published through the Onati Institute for the Sociology of Law which is the physical and intellectual home of the Research Committee of the Sociology of Law of the International Sociological Association.

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