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Analytic functionalism as a foundation for the contention that a non-biological machine (android) can be viewed as both a legal and a moral person
Substantive Justice How the Substantive Law Shapes Perceived Fairness
Immigration Legislation's Panoptic Gaze Through A Legal, Theoretical and Empirical Lens
Genre Reassignment: Crime, Morality, and Elmore Leonard's Place in Law and Literature
Equal Treatment for Equal Relevance: The Unjustifiable Exemption of Farm Animals from Animal Cruelty Laws
How the Expression of DNA Evidence Affects Jurors' Interpretation of Probabilistic Fingerprint Evidence
Capital Sentencing in Maricopa County: Like Getting Struck by Lightning?
Ethos and Regula in Contemporary Clinical Research
The "pass to play" law governing interscholastic activities of Arizona schools
The discursive formation of gender in women's gendered claims to U.S. asylum
Smokeless factories: The decentering of U.S. legal and moral boundaries by Mexico's transnational divorce industry, 1923--1970
Immigrants in higher education: Living in the underground
Inside collaborative divorce: Client experience in pursuit of good divorce
Prosecutorial discretion and the social construction of animal cruelty: How cruel is "cruel"?
China's labor dispute settlement: Forced settlement, worker awareness of rights, and policy suggestions
The Supreme Court, the news media, and public opinion: How people react to newspaper coverage of the Supreme Court
English laws and customs in Sir Thomas Malory's "Le Morte Darthur"
American Indian Water Rights in Arizona: From Conflict to Settlement, 1950--2004
Tangled Truths The Power of Worldviews, Memories, and Material Interests in NAGPRA Disputes, 1990--2010
Emotion Cycles, Sensegiving, and Sensebreaking in the Municipal Courtroom
Work and Family Identities in Regulatory Rulemaking: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Family and Medical Leave Act Regulatory Rulemaking Process
Who Must Die: The State of Exception in Rwanda's Genocide
Banning Corporal Punishment in Taiwan: A Narrative Exploration of Teacher Change and Critical Examination of the Legal Ban
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