The history and theory of legal practice in China : toward a historical-social jurisprudence /

The assembled articles in The History and Theory of Legal Practice in China illustrate a new "historical-social jurisprudence," and explore the possible conceptual underpinnings of a modern Chinese legal system that would both accommodate and integrate the unavoidable paradoxes of contempo...

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Main Authors: Huang, Philip C., 1940- (Editor), Bernhardt, Kathryn, (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Leiden : Brill, 2014.
Series:Social sciences of practice ; 3.
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505 0 |6 880-01  |a Part 1. Women and the law -- 1. A Ming-Qing transition in Chinese women's history? : the perspective from law / Kathryn Bernhardt -- 2. Women's choices under the law : marriage, divorce, and illicit sex in the Qing and the Republic / Philip C.C. Huang -- 3. Marriage, law, and revolution : divorce law practice in the Shaan-Gan-Ning border region / Liu Yang -- 4. (From de facto separation to legal separation : rights and obligations in husband-wife separations from the Qing to the Republic) / (Hongying Li) -- 5. Representation and practice in "privately settling illicit sex offenses," with attention to the "Third Realm" from the late Imperial Period to the present / Fenghua Jing -- Part 2. Custom, mediation, and law -- 6. Between informal mediation and formal adjudication : the Third Realm of Qing civil justice / Philip C.C. Huang -- 7. ("Customary law" as the "source of law" in modern China) / (Shengfeng Yu) -- 8. (Extralegal origins of the dangers of a corpse : an analysis of case examples of "protesting with a corpse" in contemporary China) / (Chenjun You) -- Part 3. The system of "turning oneself in" in criminal justice -- 9. The system of "turning oneself in" in Qing and contemporary China : some reflections on legal modernism / Zhengyang Jiang -- Part 4. Administration and law -- 10. Centralized-minimalist government : the Lake Weishan issue and the Chinese mediatory system of government / Lei Tian -- Part 5. International law -- 11. Sovereignty and "civilization" : international law and East Asia in the nineteenth century / Junnan Lai -- Part 6. Theoretical explorations -- 12. (Using the "logic of practice" to explicate "symbolic capital" : based on the multiple faces and uses of symbolic capital) / (Haixia Wang) -- 13. Reconstructing Max Weber's "Sociology of law" : the power of idealism and the limits of objectivity / Junnan Lai. 
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references. 
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880 8 |6 505-00/$1  |a Chapter 4 从事实别居到法律别居:清代到民国时期夫妻别居的 权利和义务 (From De Facto Separation to Legal Separation: Rights and Obligations in Husband-Wife Separations from the Qing to the Republic)一 问题的提出 ; 二 从清代到民国:事实别居的权利和义务的变化; 三 民国时期:法律别居的权利和义务的扩大和明确 ; 四 别居现象与妇女权利的关系; (一) 生存理性与妇女权利; (二) 别居与离婚的利益比较; (三) 事实别居与法律别居的比较; 结论; Chapter 5 Representation and Practice in "Privately Settling Illicit Sex Offenses," with Attention to the "Third Realm" from the Late Imperial Period to the Present; Research from Contemporary Case Records of "Privately Settling Illicit Sex Offenses." 
880 8 |6 505-01/$1  |a Chapter 7 近代中国 "法律渊源"中的 "习惯法" ("Customary Law" as the "Source of Law" in Modern China). 
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