Social Theory and African Tribal Organization. The Development of Socio–Legal Theory

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The place and function of law in society are viewed in new dimentions in this provocative and highly original study of African tribal life and law,set in a framework of social theory.Utilizing a wide range and variety of ethnographic data to test and refine emergent conceptual schemes,the author integrates social theory and law to arrive at new perspectives in the creation of a unified body of social theory

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This an ex-library copy with all the usual faults,in h/b clean but with some celotape staines,in a protected illustrated d/w with sewn-on tape edges,Size 9×6 pp XI+462,inc,index,bibliography,various appendixes.no plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.ex library book-plate to front p/d,plus reference lable in the back,usual stamps and barcodes.There is some slight pencil underlining in the text.Otherwise remarkably clean throughout.

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