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92, 436 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Defining al-qawāʻid and al-qawāʻid al-fiqhiyyah
  • The relation between al-qawāʻid al-fiqhiyyah and al-Ashbāh wa'l-naẓāʼir
  • The origins of al-qawāʻid al-fiqhiyyah
  • The development of al-qawāʻid al-fiqhiyyah
  • The purpose of al-qawāʼid al-fiqhiyyah
  • Ibn Nujaym and his al-Ashbāh wa'l-naẓāʼir
  • Abū 'l-Suʻūd and his commentary
  • The manuscripts
  • The edited text of ʻUmdat al-nāẓir.
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xxi, 479 pages ; 23 cm
  • Purpose of this handbook / Jill D. Rhodes and Robert S. Litt
  • Understanding cybersecurity risks / Lucy L. Thomson
  • Understanding technology : what every lawyer needs to know about the cyber network / Paul Rosenzweig
  • Lawyers' legal obligations to provide data security / Thomas J. Smedinghoff and Ruth Hill Bro
  • International norms / Conor Sullivan, Kelly Russo, and Harvey Rishikof
  • Lawyers' obligations to provide data security arising from ethics rules and other law / Peter Geraghty and Lucian T. Pera
  • Occasions when counsel should consider initiating a conversation about cybersecurity with the client / Roland L. Trope and Lixian Loong Hantover
  • Large law firms / Alan Charles Raul and Michaelene E. Hanley
  • Cybersecurity for the little guys / Theodore L. Banks
  • In-house counsel / Angeline G. Chen
  • Considerations for government lawyers / Sandra Hodgkinson, Clark Walton, and Timothy H. Edgar
  • Public interest attorneys / Michelle Richardson
  • Get SMART on data protection : training and how to create a culture of awareness / Ruth Hill Bro and Jill D. Rhodes
  • Best practices for incident response : achieving preparedness through alignment with voluntary consensus standards / George B. Huff Jr., John A. DiMaria, and Claudia Rast
  • Cyber insurance for law firms and legal organizations / Kevin P. Kalinich and James L. Rhyner
  • Conclusion / Robert S. Litt and Jill D. Rhodes.
"Since the release of the first edition published in 2013, cybersecurity breaches in law firms have made news headlines and clients are asking questions about lawyers' and firms' security programs. From the massive Panama Papers breach that led to the dissolution of the Mossack Fonseca Law Firm in April 2016 to the WannaCry and Petya Ransomware attacks, the latter that led to the several day work outage at DLA Piper in June 2017, it is imperative that attorneys understand the potential risk of weak information security practices to their practices and their clients. As hackers increase their capability to conduct cyber attacks, so must law firms step up their risk management game specifically in cybersecurity as a fundamental part of their sustainable business practices. [This book] focuses on many of the issues raised in the first edition, while highlighting the extensive changes in the current cybersecurity environment...[and] includes a chapter on technology basics for the technologically challenged. This updated edition will enable [the reader] to identify potential cybersecurity risks and prepare [them] to respond in the event of an attack. It addresses the current overarching threat as well as ethical issues and special considerations for law firms of all sizes. The handbook also includes the most recent ABA Ethics Opinions and illustrates how [the reader] should approach the subject of cybersecurity threats and issues with clients as well as when and how to purchase and use cyber insurance."-- Publisher's website.
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ix, 572 pages ; 24 cm
"Beginning on the 5th of June and ending six days later, the 1967 war was brief. During these few days, Israel gained control over the West Bank of the Jordan River, the Gaza Strip, the Sinai Peninsula and the Golan Heights. Within pre-1967 Israel, East Jerusalem (located in the West Bank) has been subsumed into Jerusalem. Jewish settlements began to be built in the OPT already in 1967. Half a century later, there are approximately 2.7 million Palestinians and over 586,000 Israelis living in the West Bank including East Jerusalem. Most Palestinians and Israelis know no other reality. Law has played a significant role in the making and maintaining of this reality. This role is the focus of The ABC of the OPT"-- Provided by publisher.
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viii, 260 pages ; 23 cm
  • Preface and acknowledgments
  • In defense of abortion rights / Kate Greasley
  • Abortion as human rights violation / Christopher Kaczor
  • A reply to Kaczor / Kate Greasley
  • A reply to "In defense of abortion rights" / Christopher Kaczor
  • A short reply to the reply / Kate Greasley
  • A short reply to Greasley / Christopher Kaczor.
This book features opening arguments followed by two rounds of reply between two moral philosophers on opposing sides of the abortion debate. In the opening essays, Kate Greasley and Christopher Kaczor lay out what they take to be the best case for and against abortion rights. In the ensuing dialogue, they engage with each other's arguments and each responds to criticisms fielded by the other. Their conversational argument explores such fundamental questions as: what gives a person the right to life? Is abortion bad for women? What is the difference between abortion and infanticide? Underpinned by philosophical reasoning and methodology, this book provides opposing and clearly structured perspectives on a highly emotive and controversial issue. The result gives readers a window into how moral philosophers argue about the contentious issue of abortion rights, and an in-depth analysis of the compelling arguments on both sides.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107170933 20180319
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xiii, 327 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates ; 25 cm.
  • From Berlin and Heidelberg to exile in London
  • The search for academic work in exile: London and New York
  • The academic émigrés in America
  • Growing up in New Haven and in Washington, DC
  • An education at Bryn Mawr College
  • A year at the University of Oxford
  • Graduate study and teaching at Harvard
  • The first round in Chicago and Evanston
  • The Yale years
  • President of the University of Chicago
  • Finale.
" A compelling memoir by the first woman president of a major American university Hanna Holborn Gray has lived her entire life in the world of higher education. The daughter of academics, she fled Hitler's Germany with her parents in the 1930s, emigrating to New Haven, where her father was a professor at Yale University. She has studied and taught at some of the world's most prestigious universities. She was the first woman to serve as provost of Yale. In 1978, she became the first woman president of a major research university when she was appointed to lead the University of Chicago, a position she held for fifteen years. In 1991, Gray was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor, in recognition of her extraordinary contributions to education. An Academic Life is a candid self-portrait by one of academia's most respected trailblazers. Gray describes what it was like to grow up as a child of refugee parents, and reflects on the changing status of women in the academic world. She discusses the migration of intellectuals from Nazi-held Europe and the transformative role these exiles played in American higher education--and how the émigré experience in America transformed their own lives and work. She sheds light on the character of university communities, how they are structured and administered, and the balance they seek between tradition and innovation, teaching and research, and undergraduate and professional learning. An Academic Life speaks to the fundamental issues of purpose, academic freedom, and governance that arise time and again in higher education and that pose sharp challenges to the independence and scholarly integrity of each new generation. "-- Provided by publisher.
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xxii, 350 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1947 (GATT 1947) and the World Trade Organization (WTO) : why join the club?
  • Membership of the GATT 1947 and the WTO
  • The scope of the multilateral trading system
  • The status of protocols of accession in the legal framework of the WTO
  • Mapping exercise : methodology and typology : commitments on specific matters
  • Mapping exercise : the results
  • Concluding remarks.
This detailed and perceptive book examines the extent and scope of how rules for accession to the WTO may vary between countries, approaching the concerns that some countries enter with a better deal than others. Dylan Geraets critiques these additional `rules' and aims to answer the question of whether new Members of the WTO are under stricter rules than the original Members, whilst analysing the accession process to the multilateral trading system. Taking an integrated approach, the author combines the results of a Mapping Exercise of all 36 Protocols of accession with a legal analysis of the decisions by the WTO Dispute Settlement Body involving Protocols of Accession. In doing so, this book provides the first comprehensive analysis of the issue of Member-specific `WTO-Plus' commitments in Protocols of Accession. Whilst addressing the institutional and historical aspects of the WTO accession process, it provides a vital update to the existing scholarship on WTO accession, offering coverage of all accessions including those of Afghanistan, Kazakhstan and Liberia. Accession to the World Trade Organization will be invaluable reading for academics interested in WTO accession practice, as well as lawyers, practitioners and government officials in the field of WTO accession.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781788112581 20180423
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xiii, 330 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Introduction to sea level rise
  • Defining coastal vulnerability and the need for coastal management
  • The role of federal insurance and disaster relief programs
  • Key legal principles to understand sea level rise adaptation
  • California
  • North Carolina
  • Texas
  • Lessons for policy makers
  • Challenges for corporations in adapting to sea level rise.
"[This book] discusses the ways in which the structure of the United States' legal system shapes adaptation...[This] book provides the necessary background on the science of sea level rise and the basic legal principles that animate decision-making in the coastal zone, including the takings doctrine. The book explores the role of federal flood insurance and disaster relief in shaping adaptation decisions, presents case studies from states, and concludes with a high-level overview of some of the unique challenges faced by corporations operating in the coastal zone."-- Back cover.
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xlvi, 637 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • A historical map for administrative law : there be dragons / Colleen M. Flood, Jennifer Dolling
  • Remedies in administrative law : a roadmap to a parallel legal universe / Cristie Ford
  • Realizing aboriginal administrative law / Janna Promislow, Naiomi Metallic
  • Administering the Canadian rule of law / Mary Liston
  • The principles and practices of procedural fairness / Kate Glover
  • The Charter and administrative part I : procedural fairness / Evan Fox-Decent, Alexander Pless
  • The dynamics of independence, impartiality, and bias in the Canadian administrative state / Laverne Jacobs
  • Delegation and consultation : how the administrative state functions and the importance of rules / Andrew Green
  • Fairness in context : achieving fairness through access to administrative justice / Angus Grant and Lorne Sossin
  • Crown liability for negligent administrative action / Alexander Pless
  • Standard of review : back to the future? / Audrey Macklin
  • Making sense of reasonableness / Sheila Wildeman
  • The Charter and administrative law part II : substantive review / Evan Fox-Decent, Alexander Pless
  • Top ten questions (and a few answers) about substantive review / Peter J. Carver
  • Making a federal case out of it : the Federal Court and administrative law / Craig Forcese
  • International human rights norms and administrative law / Gerald Heckman.
"[This book examines] key principles and cases by leveraging the distinct voices of leading scholars and instructors from across Canada. This...analysis gives students a better sense of how administrative boards and tribunals work in practice. To offer a more comprehensive understanding of subject matter, resources like practice tips, checklists, and a companion website have also been included in the text. This combination of theory and applied learning has resulted in a highly effective teaching tool that students can take from the classroom into practice."-- Provided by publisher.
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xxi, 440 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
This book offers a comparative introduction, by the editor and native authors, to the most important aspects of administrative law in various EU Member States (France, Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom), at the level of the EU and in the United States of America. It aspires to contribute to the 'transboundary' understanding of different regimes related to actions and decisions of the administration. For the purpose of the use of this book in education, research and legal practice, the contributions to the book are all based on one and the same format, thus making it more accessible for its readers. The main items of the format, worked out in the introduction by the editor, are: 01. What is administrative law? 02. Who is administrating? 03. Which instruments are available for the administration? 04. Which (formal) rules/principles (written or unwritten) govern administrative actions? 05. Access to (administrative) courts against administrative actions/decisions. 06. Enforcement by the administration. 07. Financial liability of the administration for (un)lawful actions. 08. Recent and future developments and conclusions. 09The final chapter offers comparative remarks by the editor.
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xxiii, 180 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Can one speak in one's voice? : one's voice and the critique and resistance of the law : a review of the literature
  • The ambivalence of wounds, consent and the integrity of the body
  • Objectification and voice in sex work
  • Moving away from justice as resentment.
"Critical legal scholars have made us aware that law is made up not only of rules but also of language. But who speaks the language of law? And can one lawfully speak in one’s voice? For the Italian philosopher Adriana Cavarero, to answer these questions we must not separate who is speaking from the very act of speaking; moreover, we must recuperate the material singularity and relationality of the mouth that speaks. Drawing on Cavarero’s work, this book focuses on the potentiality of the voice for resisting law’s sovereign structures. For Cavarero, it is the voice that expresses one’s living and unrepeatable singularity in a way that cannot be subsumed by the universalities and standards of law. The voice is essentially a material and singular passage of air and vibration that necessarily reveals one’s uniqueness in relationality. Speaking discloses this uniqueness, and so one’s vulnerability. It therefore leads to possibilities of resistance that, here, bring a fresh approach to longstanding legal theoretical concerns with singularity, ethics and justice."-- Provided by publisher.
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194 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: E-government and e-governance
  • E-governance era : paradigm shifts and megatrends, Janus face of technology, digital divide, and the hype curve/hype cycle
  • Technology models and societal preferences : technology acceptance model (TAM), diffusion of innovation (DOI), and web trust
  • Scientific knowledge, technocrats, and the role of the expert
  • Open innovation, advancements in technological innovation and the impact of modern networks on participation
  • Deliberative democracy and citizen participation
  • Modern deliberative democracy means and web 2.0 technology : social media and crowdsourcing
  • Modern deliberative democracy means and web 2.0 technology : suggestion boxes, deliberative mini-publics, citizen review panels, deliberative polls and public meetings
  • E-governance, deliberative democracy and voting processes : part one
  • E-governance, deliberative democracy and voting processes : part two.
E-Governance as a field of study is relatively new when considered within the broader historical context of US democracy. The advent of the modern Internet in the early 1990s yielded new technologies that began to shift citizen expectations of how government can -- and in many cases should -- govern. Though innovations continue to emerge at a rapid pace, these technologies may be used to reinforce long-held deliberative democracy principles, including transparency, accountability and flexibility. Advances in E-Governance offers a comprehensive exploration of the role that technological innovation plays in facilitating government action and citizen participation. In this timely book, author Anthony Trotta differentiates e-governance from e-government and examines the increasingly important role social media and crowdsourcing have come to play in our democracy, and the interactions between technology, polling, voting, and outcomes. Including practical cases ranging from DMV registration to online tax filing and markers of successful implementation, Advances in E-Governance carefully addresses how the adoption and expansion of electronic platforms align with new government paradigms and looks to future trends in this rapidly expanding field.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498701181 20170925
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xxv, 231 ; 24 cm
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xvi, 226 pages ; 22 cm.
  • The three human aims
  • The influence of the Arthashastra on the Kamasutra
  • Dharma and adharma in the Arthashastra
  • Adharma and dharma in the Kamasutra
  • Glossing adharma with dharma
  • Skeptiscism and materialism in ancient India
  • Epilogue: Dharma and the subversion of science.
An esteemed scholar of Hinduism presents a groundbreaking interpretation of ancient Indian texts and their historic influence on subversive resistance Ancient Hindu texts speak of the three aims of human life: dharma, artha, and kama. Translated, these might be called religion, politics, and pleasure, and each is held to be an essential requirement of a full life. Balance among the three is a goal not always met, however, and dharma has historically taken precedence over the other two qualities in Hindu life. Here, historian of religions Wendy Doniger offers a spirited and close reading of ancient Indian writings, unpacking a long but unrecognized history of opposition against dharma. Doniger argues that scientific disciplines (shastras) have offered lively and continuous criticism of dharma, or religion, over many centuries. She chronicles the tradition of veiled subversion, uncovers connections to key moments of resistance and voices of dissent throughout Indian history, and offers insights into the Indian theocracy's subversion of science by religion today.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780300216196 20180430
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xii, 346 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction: Hamilton and the U.S. financial revolution
  • To-- (December 1779-March 1780)
  • To James Duane (September 3, 1780)
  • To Robert Morris (April 30, 1781)
  • The continentalist (1781-1782)
  • Constitution of the Bank of New York (February 23-March 15, 1784)
  • To Thomas Willing (September 13, 1789)
  • Report relative to a provision for the support of public credit (January 9, 1790)
  • To Wilhelm and Jan Willink, Nicholaas and Jacob Van Staphorst, and Nicholas Hubbard (August 28, 1790)
  • First report on the further provision necessary for establishing public credit (December 13, 1790)
  • Second report on the further provision necessary for establishing public credit (report on a national bank, December 14, 1790)
  • Report on the etablishment of a mint (January 28, 1791)
  • Opinion on the constitutionality of an act to establish a national bank (February 23, 1791)
  • Prospectus of the Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures (August 1791)
  • Report on the subject of manufactures (December 5, 1791)
  • To William Seton (February 10 and March 22, 1792)
  • Report on a plan for the further support of public credit (January 16, 1795)
  • The defense of the funding system (July 1795)
  • Articles of Association of the Merchants Bank (April 7, 1803)
  • Conclusion: Legacies of the U.S. financial revolution.
While serving as the first Treasury Secretary from 1789 to 1795, Alexander Hamilton engineered a financial revolution. Hamilton established the Treasury debt market, the dollar, and a central bank, while strategically prompting private entrepreneurs to establish securities markets and stock exchanges and encouraging state governments to charter a number of commercial banks and other business corporations. Yet despite a recent surge of interest in Hamilton, U.S. financial modernization has not been fully recognized as one of his greatest achievements. This book traces the development of Hamilton's financial thinking, policies, and actions through a selection of his writings. The financial historians and Hamilton experts Richard Sylla and David J. Cowen provide commentary that demonstrates the impact Hamilton had on the modern economic system, guiding readers through Hamilton's distinguished career. The book showcases Hamilton's thoughts on the nation's founding, the need for a strong central government, confronting problems such as a depreciating paper currency and weak public credit, and the architecture of the financial system. His great state papers on public credit, the national bank, the mint, and manufactures instructed reform of the nation's finances and jumpstarted economic growth. Hamilton practiced what he preached: he played a key role in the founding of three banks and a manufacturing corporation, and his deft political maneuvering and economic savvy saved the fledgling republic's economy during the country's first full-blown financial crisis in 1792. Sylla and Cowen center Hamilton's writings on finance among his most important accomplishments, making his brilliance as an economic policy maker accessible to all interested in this Founding Father's legacy.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780231184564 20180312
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xv, 229 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
  • Introduction: The power of algorithms
  • A society, searching
  • Searching for Black girls
  • Searching for people and communities
  • Searching for protections from search engines
  • The future of knowledge in the public
  • The future of information culture
  • Conclusion: Algorithms of oppression
  • Epilogue.
A revealing look at how negative biases against women of color are embedded in search engine results and algorithms Run a Google search for "black girls"-what will you find? "Big Booty" and other sexually explicit terms are likely to come up as top search terms. But, if you type in "white girls, " the results are radically different. The suggested porn sites and un-moderated discussions about "why black women are so sassy" or "why black women are so angry" presents a disturbing portrait of black womanhood in modern society. In Algorithms of Oppression, Safiya Umoja Noble challenges the idea that search engines like Google offer an equal playing field for all forms of ideas, identities, and activities. Data discrimination is a real social problem; Noble argues that the combination of private interests in promoting certain sites, along with the monopoly status of a relatively small number of Internet search engines, leads to a biased set of search algorithms that privilege whiteness and discriminate against people of color, specifically women of color. Through an analysis of textual and media searches as well as extensive research on paid online advertising, Noble exposes a culture of racism and sexism in the way discoverability is created online. As search engines and their related companies grow in importance-operating as a source for email, a major vehicle for primary and secondary school learning, and beyond-understanding and reversing these disquieting trends and discriminatory practices is of utmost importance. An original, surprising and, at times, disturbing account of bias on the internet, Algorithms of Oppression contributes to our understanding of how racism is created, maintained, and disseminated in the 21st century. Safiya Noble discusses search engine bias in an interview with USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781479837243 20180409
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x, 295 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introducing the idea of relative authority / Joana Mendes and Ingo Venzke
  • Democratic legitimacy and executive rule-making : positive political theory in comparative public law / Susan Rose-Ackerman
  • In search of a new model of checks and balances for the EU : beyond separation of powers / Eoin Carolan and Deirdre Curtin
  • Bolstering authority by enhancing communication : how checks and balances and feedback loops can strengthen the authority of the European Court of Human Rights / Mikael Rask Madsen
  • Authority monism in international organisations : a historical sketch / Jochen von Bernstorff
  • No institution is an island : checks and balances in global governance / Andreas von Staden
  • The role of the Court of Justice in shaping the institutional balance in the EU / Bruno De Witte
  • Refining relative authority : the judicial branch in the new separation of powers / Joseph Corkin
  • Judicial review of EU administrative discretion : how far does the separation of powers matter? / Dominique Ritleng
  • First or second best? : judicial law-making in European private law / Chantal Mak
  • Relative authority in global and EU financial regulation : linking the legitimacy debates / Maurizia De Bellis
  • Relative authority and institutional decision-making in world trade law and international investment law / Diane A. Desierto.
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vii, 337 pages ; 23 cm.
"On March 14, 2012, the National People's Congress of the PRC substantially amended the country's 1979 Criminal Procedure Law. The law was first extensively revised in 1996; this second revision also affects a large number of articles, and expands the law from 225 to 290 articles. Following the new amendment, the supreme court of China also amended its judicial interpretation to the law. The second edition of this book provides new English translations to the amended criminal procedure law and all the related Chinese official judicial and administrative interpretations. The second edition also includes an in-depth Introduction which briefly surveys the legislative history and intent of Chinese criminal procedure law, discusses how the criminal procedure law is interpreted and supplemented in China, and shows how to update and find relevant judicial interpretations. The author has also included subtitles to every article to enhance research, article-by-article annotations, and English-Chinese and Chinese-English glossaries for Chinese criminal procedure law."-- Provided by publisher.
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x, 432 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The capitalist constitution / Woody Holton
  • What was the great bull market? : value, valuation, and financial history / Julia Ott
  • The New York City fiscal crisis and the idea of the state / Kim Phillips-Fein
  • Utopian capitalism / Richard White
  • The sovereign market and sex difference : human rights in America / Amy Dru Stanley
  • Negro cloth : mastering the market for slave clothing in antebellum America / Seth Rockman
  • Revulsions of capital : slavery and political economy in the epoch of the Turner Rebellion, Virginia, 1829-1832 / Christopher Tomlins
  • Risk, uncertainty, and data : managing risk in twentieth-century America / Mary Poovey
  • Representations of capitalism in the Gilded Age and Progressive Era / Peter Knight
  • Value of life : insurance, slavery, and expertise / Michael Ralph
  • War by other means : mercantilism and free trade in the age of the American Revolution / Eliga H. Gould
  • "Innovative solutions to modern agriculture" : capitalist farming, global competition, and the devolution of the U.S. rice industry / Peter A. Coclanis
  • Importing the crystal palace / Michael Zakim
  • Plantation dispossessions : tracing the global travel of agriculture racial capitalism / Kris Manjapra.
The United States has long epitomized capitalism. From its enterprising shopkeepers, wildcat banks, violent slave plantations, and raucous commodities trade to its world-spanning multinationals, its massive factories, and the centripetal power of New York in the world of finance, America has shaped political economy for two centuries and more. But an understanding of "capitalism" is as elusive as it is urgent. What does it mean to make capitalism a subject of historical inquiry? What is its potential across multiple disciplines, alongside different methodologies, and in a range of geographic and chronological settings? And how does a focus on capitalism change our understanding of American history? American Capitalism collects cutting-edge research from prominent scholars, sampling the latest work in the field. Rather than a monolithic perspective, these broad-minded and rigorous essays venture new angles on finance and debt, women's rights, slavery and political economy, labor, and regulation, among other topics. Together, the essays suggest emerging themes in the field: a fascination with capitalism as it is made by public authority, how it is experienced in the detail of daily life, how it spreads across the globe, and how it can be reconceptualized as a discrete and quantified object. A major statement for a wide-open field, this book demonstrates the breadth and scope of the work the history of capitalism can provoke.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780231185240 20180219
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xvii, 758 pages ; 27cm.
  • Constitutional adjudication : the who and when (1973)
  • Taking Supreme Court opinions seriously (1980)
  • On avoidance, agenda control, and related matters (2012)
  • Marbury and the administrative state (1983)
  • Constitutional fact review (1985)
  • Supreme Court review of state-court determinations of state law in constitutional cases (2003)
  • Article III and supranational judicial review (2007)
  • First Amendment "due process" (1970)
  • Constitutional common law (1974)
  • Our perfect Constitution (1981)
  • Overbreadth (1982)
  • Third party standing (1984)
  • Stare decisis and constitutional adjudication (1988)
  • The protective power of the presidency (1993)
  • The Constitution of the United States and American constitutional law (1995)
  • The sovereign immunity "exception" (1996)
  • Supremacy clause textualism (2010)
  • A legal giant is dead : a tribute to Herbert Wechsler (2000)
  • Doing originalism : an essay in honor of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (2004)
  • John Ely : the Harvard years (2004).
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xciii, 1818 pages ; 26 cm.
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Basic principles
  • Searches and seizures of persons and things
  • Self-incrimination and confessions
  • Identifying suspects
  • The right to counsel
  • The screening and charging process
  • Bail and preventive detention
  • Discovery
  • Guilty pleas and bargaining
  • Trial and trial-related rights
  • Sentencing
  • Double jeopardy
  • Post-conviction challenges.
This edition of the classic casebook contains detailed and authoritative commentary, extensive discussion of practical problems, highlighted treatment of selected recent lower-court cases, full consideration of Supreme Court cases, and questions that challenge the conceptions and analytical powers of law students. New features include the addition of more headnotes; full case treatment of important new Supreme Court cases; and consideration of how Bill of Rights protections have been affected and limited in the aftermath of 9/11. This edition also includes additional scholarly commentary on such topics as the exclusionary rule, Miranda, and jury nullification. The authors have made a concerted attempt to make the book as lean and as user-friendly as possible, without sacrificing content that will challenge both the student and the professor.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781683289845 20180514
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xiv, 565 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Introduction: American exceptionalism in crime and punishment : broadly defined / Kevin R. Reitz
  • American exceptionalism in crime, punishment, and disadvantage : race, federalization, and politicization in the perspective of local autonomy / Nicola Lacey and David Soskice
  • The concept of American exceptionalism and the case of capital punishment / David Garland
  • Penal optimism : understanding American mass imprisonment from a Canadian perspective / Cheryl Marie Webster and Anthony N. Doob
  • The complications of penal federalism : American exceptionalism or fifty different countries? / Franklin E. Zimring
  • American exceptionalism in comparative perspective : explaining trends and variation in the use of incarceration / Tapio Lappi-Seppälä
  • How exceptional is the history of violence and criminal justice in the United States? : variation across time and space as the keys to understanding homicide and punitiveness / Randolph Roth
  • Making the state pay : violence and the politicization of crime in comparative perspective / Lisa L. Miller
  • Comparing serious violent crime in the United States and England and Wales : why it matters, and how it can be done / Zelia Gallo, Nicola Lacey, and David Soskice
  • American exceptionalism in community supervision : a comparative analysis of probation in the United States, Scotland, and Sweden / Edward E. Rhine and Faye S. Taxman
  • American exceptionalism in parole release and supervision : a European perspective / Dirk van Zyl Smit and Alessandro Corda
  • Collateral sanctions and American exceptionalism : a comparative perspective / Nora V. Demleitner.
The idea of American exceptionalism has made frequent appearances in discussions of criminal justice policies-as it has in many other areas-to help portray or explain problems that are especially acute in the U.S., including mass incarceration, retention of the death penalty, racial and ethnic disparities, and the War on Drugs. While scholars do not universally agree that it is an apt or useful framework, there is no question that the U.S. is an outlier, when compared with other industrialized democracies, in its punitive and exclusionary criminal justice policies. This volume of essays deepens the debate of American exceptionalism in crime and punishment through comparative political, economic, and historical analyses, with an orientation toward forward-looking prescriptions for American law, policy, and institutions of government. The chapters expand the literature to neglected areas such as community supervision, parole release, and collateral consequences of conviction; explore claims of causation, in particular the view that the U.S. history of slavery and racial inequality has been a primary driver of crime policy; examine arguments that the framework of multiple governments and localized crime control, populist style of democracy, and laissez-faire economy are implicated in problems of both crime and punishment; and assess theories that cultural values are the most salient predictors of penal severity and violent crime. With an outstanding list of contributors edited by a leading authority on punishment, this volume demonstrates that the largest problems of crime and justice cannot be brought into focus from the perspective of single jurisdiction, and that comparative inquiries are necessary for an understanding of the current predicament in the US.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190203542 20180122
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xvi, 376 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction: American competition : trade associations, codes of fair competition, and state building
  • Contracts and competition in the era of economic uncertainty, 1880-1890
  • The origins of American fair trade : the Sherman Antitrust Act and conflicting interpretations of the law, 1890-1911
  • The economics and ideology of American free trade : Louis Brandeis, resale price maintenance, and open price associations, 1911-1919
  • Institutionalizing the "new competition" : Herbert Hoover and the adaptation of regulated competition, 1920-1928
  • California fair trade : constitutional federalism and competing visions of fairness in antitrust law, 1929-1933
  • Managing competition in the Great Depression : between associational and state corporatism, 1929-1938
  • Conclusion: Varieties of competition and corporatism in American governance.
Rather than viewing the history of American capitalism as the unassailable ascent of large-scale corporations and free competition, American Fair Trade argues that trade associations of independent proprietors lobbied and litigated to reshape competition policy to their benefit. At the turn of the twentieth century, this widespread fair trade movement borrowed from progressive law and economics, demonstrating a persistent concern with market fairness - not only fair prices for consumers but also fair competition among businesses. Proponents of fair trade collaborated with regulators to create codes of fair competition and influenced the administrative state's public-private approach to market regulation. New Deal partnerships in planning borrowed from those efforts to manage competitive markets, yet ultimately discredited the fair trade model by mandating economy-wide trade rules that sharply reduced competition. Laura Phillips Sawyer analyzes how these efforts to reconcile the American tradition of a well-regulated society with the legacy of Gilded Age of laissez-faire capitalism produced the modern American regulatory state.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107076822 20180326
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  • Introduction: Indian history in the courts
  • Coeur d'Alene : introduction
  • Ownership of Coeur d'Alene Lake : tribal sovereignty and the Equal Footing Doctrine
  • The Dawes Act and the permanency of executive-order reservations
  • Coeur d'Alene : postscript
  • Wenatchi : introduction
  • The history of the Wenatchi fishing reservation
  • Wenatchi : postscript
  • Amah Mutsun : introduction
  • Federal recognition of Native American tribes : the case of California's Amah Mutsun of Mission San Juan Bautista
  • Amah Mutsun : postscript
  • Hualapai : introduction
  • The western boundary of the Hualapai Indian Reservation
  • Hualapai : postscript
  • Water history and Native Americans
  • The adjudication of three tribes' water rights
  • Afterword: Outcomes for tribes and expert witnesses.
Drawing from forty-five years of experience, E. Richard Hart elucidates the use of history as expert testimony in American Indian tribal litigation. Such lawsuits deal with aboriginal territory; hunting, fishing, and plant gathering rights; reservation boundaries; water rights; federal recognition; and other questions that have a historical basis. The methodology necessary to assemble successful expert testimony for tribes is complex and demanding and the legal cases have serious implications for many thousands of people, perhaps for generations.Hart, a historian who has testified in cases that have resulted in roughly a billion dollars in judgments, uses specific cases to explain at length what kind of historical research and documentation is necessary for tribes seeking to protect and claim their rights under United States law. He demonstrates the legal questions that Native Americans face by exploring the cultural history and legal struggles of six Indian nations. He recounts how these were addressed by expert testimony grounded in thorough historical understanding, research, and argumentation. The case studies focus on the Wenatchi, Coeur d'Alene, Hualapai, Amah Mutsun, Klamath, and Zuni peoples but address issues relevant to many American tribes.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781607815952 20180403
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xii, 245 pages ; 22 cm
  • Introduction: Crossroads and intersections
  • What is Islamophobia?
  • The roots of modern Islamophobia
  • A reoriented "clash of civilizations"
  • War on terror, war on Muslims
  • A "radical" or imagined threat?
  • Between anti-black racism and Islamophobia
  • The fire next time
  • Epilogue: Homecomings and goings.
"I remember the four words that repeatedly scrolled across my mind after the first plane crashed into the World Trade Center in New York City. `Please don't be Muslims, please don't be Muslims.' The four words I whispered to myself on 9/11 reverberated through the mind of every Muslim American that day and every day after.... Our fear, and the collective breath or brace for the hateful backlash that ensued, symbolize the existential tightrope that defines Muslim American identity today." The term "Islamophobia" may be fairly new, but irrational fear and hatred of Islam and Muslims is anything but. Though many speak of Islamophobia's roots in racism, have we considered how anti-Muslim rhetoric is rooted in our legal system? Using his unique lens as a critical race theorist and law professor, Khaled A. Beydoun captures the many ways in which law, policy, and official state rhetoric have fueled the frightening resurgence of Islamophobia in the United States. Beydoun charts its long and terrible history, from the plight of enslaved African Muslims in the antebellum South and the laws prohibiting Muslim immigrants from becoming citizens to the ways the war on terror assigns blame for any terrorist act to Islam and the myriad trials Muslim Americans face in the Trump era. He passionately argues that by failing to frame Islamophobia as a system of bigotry endorsed and emboldened by law and carried out by government actors, U.S. society ignores the injury it inflicts on both Muslims and non-Muslims. Through the stories of Muslim Americans who have experienced Islamophobia across various racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic lines, Beydoun shares how U.S. laws shatter lives, whether directly or inadvertently. And with an eye toward benefiting society as a whole, he recommends ways for Muslim Americans and their allies to build coalitions with other groups. Like no book before it, American Islamophobia offers a robust and genuine portrait of Muslim America then and now.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780520297791 20180416
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  • Preface
  • The myths and realities of being a lawyer
  • Applying to law school
  • Law school
  • The practice of law
  • Future trends and reform issues in the legal profession.
While emphasizing that lawyers fulfill a vital but often misunderstood public function in society, The American Legal Profession: The Myths and Realities of Practicing Law by Christopher P. Banks dispels some of the common misconceptions about the legal profession to show that the reality of being a lawyer is much different from what many students believe it to be. Many students know little about what law school is like or how it differs from undergraduate study, and this book corrects common myths about graduating law school and life after passing the bar. This brief primer is a nuts-and-bolts analysis of what it is really like to go into the legal profession, from start to finish, giving students considering a career in law a realistic overview of their potential legal careers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781506333120 20180514
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Newlyweds Celestial and Roy are the embodiment of both the American Dream and the New South. He is a young executive, and she is an artist on the brink of an exciting career. But as they settle into the routine of their life together, they are ripped apart by circumstances neither could have imagined. Roy is arrested and sentenced to twelve years for a crime Celestial knows he didn't commit. Though fiercely independent, Celestial finds herself bereft and unmoored, taking comfort in Andre, her childhood friend, and best man at their wedding. As Roy's time in prison passes, she is unable to hold on to the love that has been her center. After five years, Roy's conviction is suddenly overturned, and he returns to Atlanta ready to resume their life together.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781616208776 20180508
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433 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates ; 24 cm
  • Grandpa
  • Grandma
  • The Skakels
  • The White House
  • Hickory Hill
  • Attorney general
  • JFK : in pursuit of peace
  • A farewell to Camelot
  • Senator Robert F. Kennedy
  • The final campaign
  • Lem
  • My mother.
"[The] third child of Attorney General Robert Kennedy and nephew of JFK takes us on an intimate journey through his life, including watershed moments in the history of our nation. Stories of his grandparents Joseph and Rose set the stage for their nine remarkable children, among them three U.S. senators--Teddy, Bobby, and Jack--one of whom went on to become attorney general, and the other, the president of the United States. We meet Allen Dulles and J. Edgar Hoover, two men whose agencies posed the principal threats to American democracy and values. Their power struggles with the Kennedys underpinned all the defining conflicts of the era. We live through the Cuban Missile Crisis, when insubordinate spies and belligerent generals in the Pentagon and Moscow brought the world to the cliff edge of nuclear war. At Hickory Hill in Virginia, where RFK Jr. grew up, we encounter the celebrities who gathered at the second most famous address in Washington, members of what would later become known as America's Camelot. Through his father's role as attorney general we get an insider's look as growing tensions over civil rights led to pitched battles in the streets and 16,000 federal troops were called in to enforce desegregation at Ole Miss. We see growing pressure to fight wars in Southeast Asia to stop communism. We relive the assassination of JFK, RFK's run for the presidency that was cut short by his own death, and the aftermath of those murders on the Kennedy family. These pages come...to life with intimate stories of RFK Jr.'s own experiences, not just with historical events and the movers who shaped them but also with his mother and father, with his own struggles with addiction, and with the ways he eventually made peace with both his Kennedy legacy and his own demons."-- Dust jacket.
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2 volumes : forms ; 26 cm
  • Volume 1. Preface
  • Introduction and overview of statute
  • Legislative history
  • What is a statutory disability?
  • Employer obligations
  • Government obligations under Title II
  • Requirements under Title III for public accommodations and services operated by private entities
  • Transportation and communications system requirements under Title IV
  • Rehabilitation Act of 1973
  • Procedural and evidentiary issues
  • Forms and procedures for Title I complaints
  • Complaints under Titles II and III
  • Post-complaint motions, supporting memoranda, and answers
  • Volume 2. Discovery
  • Early pretrial planning, motions for summary judgment, and supporting memoranda
  • Pretrial process
  • Trial matters
  • Remedies
  • Preventive materials.
"The Americans with Disabilities Act Handbook provides...coverage of the ADA's employment, commercial facilities, and public accommodations provisions as well as coverage of the transportation, communication, and federal, local, and state government requirements...[It provides] a complete analysis of the Act and all the forms and case law...needed to prepare a case. [The author] defines statutory and regulatory requirements for public and private employers, commercial facilities and places of public accommodation. There's a complete analysis of the rapidly expanding case law - organized by frequently litigated topics, like wheelchair access and AIDS discrimination...Analysis is provided for the numerous federal and state cases and significant regulatory activity by the EEOC cropping up each year...[The book also has] analysis of how the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 relates to ADA. The statutory definition of disability and the concept of being 'otherwise qualified' for a job are also discussed...[and] what employers, business owners, and providers of governmental services must do to make 'reasonable accommodation.' [This book also] organizes case law by type of physical and mental impairment and accommodation by type of job requirement, making analysis easier."-- Publisher's website.
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  • The all-white primary
  • After the Voting Rights Act
  • From discrimination to affirmative action
  • Railroads
  • Oil
  • School finance
  • Immigration
  • Freedom of speech and the press
  • Freedom of and from religion
  • Abortion
  • Prosecuting consensual adult sex
  • Capital punishment
  • Tom DeLay's mid-decade redistricting.
"Texas has created more constitutional law than any other state. In any classroom nationwide, any basic constitutional law course can be taught using nothing but Texas cases. That, however, understates the history and politics behind the cases. Beyond representing all doctrinal areas of constitutional law, Texas cases deal with the major issues of the nation. Leading legal scholar and Supreme Court historian Lucas A. Powe, Jr. charts the rich and pervasive development of Texas-inspired constitutional law. From voting rights to railroad regulations, or school finance to capital punishment, poverty to civil liberties, this wide-ranging and eminently readable book provides a window into the relationship between constitutional litigation and ordinary politics at the Supreme Court, illuminating how all of the fiercest national divides over what the Constitution means took shape in Texas"--Provided by publisher.
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"An astonishingly incisive and suspenseful novel about a scandal amongst Britain's privileged elite and the women caught up in its wake. Sophie's husband James is a loving father, a handsome man, a charismatic and successful public figure. And yet he stands accused of a terrible crime. Sophie is convinced he is innocent and desperate to protect her precious family from the lies that threaten to rip them apart. Kate is the lawyer hired to prosecute the case: an experienced professional who knows that the law is all about winning the argument. And yet Kate seeks the truth at all times. She is certain James is guilty and is determined he will pay for his crimes. Who is right about James? Sophie or Kate? And is either of them informed by anything more than instinct and personal experience? Despite her privileged upbringing, Sophie is well aware that her beautiful life is not inviolable. She has known it since she and James were first lovers, at Oxford, and she witnessed how easily pleasure could tip into tragedy. Most people would prefer not to try to understand what passes between a man and a woman when they are alone: alone in bed, alone in an embrace, alone in an elevator ... Or alone in the moonlit courtyard of an Oxford college, where a girl once stood before a boy, heart pounding with excitement, then fear. Sophie never understood why her tutorial partner Holly left Oxford so abruptly. What would she think, if she knew the truth?"-- Provided by publisher.
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xiv, 248 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
  • Preface
  • Introduction and historical context
  • Definitions and evidence
  • Enslavement
  • Economics
  • Politics
  • Culture
  • Sex and family life
  • Manumission and ex-slaves
  • Everyday conflict
  • Revolts
  • Representations
  • Philosophy and law
  • Decline and legacy.
An exciting study of ancient slavery in Greece and Rome This book provides an introduction to pivotal issues in the study of classical (Greek and Roman) slavery. The span of topics is broad ranging from everyday resistance to slavery to philosophical justifications of slavery, and from the process of enslavement to the decline of slavery after the fall of the Western Roman Empire. The book uses a wide spectrum of types of evidence, and relies on concrete and vivid examples whenever possible. Introductory chapters provide historical context and a clear and concise discussion of the methodological difficulties of studying ancient slavery. The following chapters are organized around central topics in slave studies: enslavement, economics, politics, culture, sex and family life, manumission and ex-slaves, everyday conflict, revolts, representations, philosophy and law, and decline and legacy. Chapters open with general discussions of important scholarly controversies and the challenges of our ancient evidence, and case studies from the classical Greek, Hellenistic, and Roman periods provide detailed and concrete explorations of the issues. Organized by key themes in slave studies with in-depth classical case studiesEmphasizes Greek/Roman comparisons and contrastsFeatures helpful customized mapsTopics range from demography to philosophy, from Linear B through the fall of the empire in the westFeatures myriad types of evidence: literary, historical, legal and philosophical texts, the bible, papyri, epitaphs, lead letters, curse tablets, art, manumission inscriptions, and more Ancient Greek and Roman Slavery provides a general survey of classical slavery and is particularly appropriate for college courses on Greek and Roman slavery, on comparative slave societies, and on ancient social history. It will also be of great interest to history enthusiasts and scholars, especially those interested in slavery in different periods and societies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781405188050 20180403
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ix, 228 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction / Adriaan Lanni and Robert W. Wallace
  • Administering justice in ancient Athens : framework and core principles / Robert W. Wallace
  • Revenge and punishment / Eva Cantarella
  • Hyperides's against Athenogenes and the Athenian law on agreements / Michael Gagarin
  • Slaves operating businesses : legal ramifications for ancient Athens--and for modern scholarship / Edward E. Cohen
  • Toward a new shape of the relationship between public and private law in Ancient Greece / Alberto Maffi
  • "Heiliges recht" and "heilige gesetze" : law, religion, and magic in ancient Greece / Martin Dreher
  • Summary fines in Greek inscriptions and the question of "Greek law" / Lene Rubinstein
  • Soft law in ancient Greece? / Julie Velissaropoulos-Karakostas
  • From anthropology to sociology : new directions in ancient Greek law research / Adriaan Lanni
  • Oral law in ancient Greece? / Mogens Herman Hansen
  • The future of classical oratory / Gerhard Thür.
The ancient Greeks invented written law. Yet, in contrast to later societies in which law became a professional discipline, the Greeks treated laws as components of social and political history, reflecting the daily realities of managing society. To understand Greek law, then, requires looking into extant legal, forensic, and historical texts for evidence of the law in action. From such study has arisen the field of ancient Greek law as a scholarly discipline within classical studies, a field that has come into its own since the 1970s. This edited volume charts new directions for the study of Greek law in the twenty-first century through contributions from eleven leading scholars. The essays in the book's first section reassess some of the central debates in the field by looking at questions about the role of law in society, the notion of "contracts, " feuding and revenge in the court system, and legal protections for slaves engaged in commerce. The second section breaks new ground by redefining substantive areas of law such as administrative law and sacred law, as well as by examining sources such as Hellenistic inscriptions that have been comparatively neglected in recent scholarship. The third section evaluates the potential of methodological approaches to the study of Greek law, including comparative studies with other cultures and with modern legal theory. The volume ends with an essay that explores pedagogy and the relevance of teaching Greek law in the twenty-first century.
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324 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Introduction: On our own terms
  • Macabre spatialities : necropolis
  • "Police, get off my back!"
  • The favela-prison pipeline
  • Sticking up!
  • Bringing back the dead
  • Conclusion: Blackpolis.
An important new ethnographic study of S\u00e3o Paulo\u2019s favelas revealing the widespread use of race-based police repression in Brazil While Black Lives Matter still resonates in the United States, the movement has also become a potent rallying call worldwide, with harsh police tactics and repressive state policies often breaking racial lines. In The Anti-Black City, Jaime Amparo Alves delves into the dynamics of racial violence in Brazil, where poverty, unemployment, residential segregation, and a biased criminal justice system create urban conditions of racial precarity. The Anti-Black City provocatively offers race as a vital new lens through which to view violence and marginalization in the supposedly \u201craceless\u201d S\u00e3o Paulo. Ironically, in a context in which racial ambiguity makes it difficult to identify who is black and who is white, racialized access to opportunities and violent police tactics establish hard racial boundaries through subjugation and death. Drawing on two years of ethnographic research in prisons and neighborhoods on the periphery of this mega-city, Alves documents the brutality of police tactics and the complexity of responses deployed by black residents, including self-help initiatives, public campaigns against police violence, ruthless gangs, and self-policing of communities.The Anti-Black City reveals the violent and racist ideologies that underlie state fantasies of order and urban peace in modern Brazil. Illustrating how \u201cgoverning through death\u201d has become the dominant means for managing and controlling ethnic populations in the neoliberal state, Alves shows that these tactics only lead to more marginalization, criminality, and violence. Ultimately, Alves\u2019s work points to a need for a new approach to an intractable problem: how to govern populations and territories historically seen as \u201cungovernable.\u201d.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781517901554 20180521
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xii, 122 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Criminal justice system
  • Hybrid sanctions
  • Immigration and citizenship
  • Lessons.
Jessie Blackbourn is a research fellow at the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Oxford, UK. Deniz Kayis is currently the Associate for Chief Justice Allsop AO of the Federal Court of Australia. Nicola McGarrity is a senior lecturer and the Director of the Terrorism Law Reform Project at the University of New South Wales, Australia.
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  • Filing a class action
  • Antitrust claims potentially suitable for class treatment
  • Deciding whether to opt out of the class action
  • Class certification procedure
  • Antitrust class certification standards
  • The role of experts in antitrust class certification
  • Antitrust class action settlements
  • International mass actions and class actions : A. Canada
  • International mass actions and class actions : B. Australia
  • International mass actions and class actions : C. European Union.
Ninety percent of U.S. antitrust enforcement is generated through private actions, and the class action is perhaps the primary mechanism through which private actors seek to enforce antitrust laws. Acknowledged as a potent tool, class action law and procedure are becoming an unavoidable fact of life for antitrust practitioners. This second edition of the Antitrust Class Actions Handbook is a vital reference for both new and experienced antitrust practitioners navigating the class action thicket.
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  • People's courts and legal philosophy
  • Spotlight on people's courts
  • Law
  • Judging
  • Punishment.
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ix, 195 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Islamic jurisprudence now and in the past
  • The Gaza shari'a courts : an overview
  • The daily practice of judges : perception vs reality
  • The sociology of nafaqa (maintenance)
  • Obedience, rebelliousness and agency
  • The articulation of gendered parenthood : care vs guardianship
  • Civil society, women's movement and family law reform
  • Change, a step at a time
  • Epilogue.
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320 p.
In Supreme Court Advocates-on-Record Association v. Union of India, the Supreme Court of India, by majority, struck down the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC), established to appoint judges to the Supreme Court of India and High Courts. Unsurprisingly, the NJAC judgment has been the subject of a deeply polarized debate in the public sphere and academia. The essays in this volume analyse the NJAC judgment, and provide a rich context to it, in terms of philosophical, comparative, and constitutional issues that underpin it. The work traces the history of judicial appointments in India; analyses constitutional principles behind selecting judges and their application in the NJAC Case; and comparatively examines the judicial appointments process in six0select countries-UK, South Africa, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Canada, and Nepal-enquiring into what makes a good judge and an effective appointments process.
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xxi, 198 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • The legal landscape
  • The four models
  • Jurisdiction ratione personae : the foreign investor
  • Mass proceedings and settlement agreements
  • Jurisdiction ratione materiae : the substantive rights
  • Enforcement
  • Conclusion.
Investment arbitration has emerged from modest beginnings and matured into an established presence in international law. However, in recent years it has drifted from the reciprocal vision of its founders. This volume serves as a comprehensive guide for those who wish to reform international investment law from within, seeking a return to the mutuality of access that is in arbitration's essence. A detailed toolset is provided for enhancing the access of host States and their nationals to formal resolution mechanisms in foreign investment disputes. It concludes by offering model texts to achieve greater reciprocity and access to justice in the settlement of disputes arising from international investment initiatives. The book will appeal to all those interested in the future of international investment law, including an international audience of scholars, government officials, private sector actors, and private citizens alike, and including diverse constituencies, communities, and collectives of host State nationals.
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xviii, 1322 pages ; 25 cm
  • Preface / Emmanuel Gaillard
  • Arbitration in its legislative context
  • Arab laws and practice of arbitration
  • Freedom of the parties
  • Autonomy of the international arbitrator
  • Safety within arbitration
  • Safety of international arbitration
  • Conclusion.
"[This book is a] compendium of arbitration law in the Arab countries. [The author] puts into perspective the solutions retained in the various laws concerned and highlights both their convergences and divergences. Focusing on the laws of sixteen states, the author examines international trade arbitration in the MENA region and assesses the value of these solutions in a way that seeks to guide a practice which remains extraordinarily heterogeneous. The book provides an analysis of a large number of legal sources, court decisions as well as a presentation of the attitude of the courts towards arbitration in the states studied. Traditional and modern sources of international arbitration are examined through the prism of the two requirements of international trade, freedom and safety, the same prism through which the whole law of arbitration is studied."-- Back cover.
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xii, 314 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Foreword / Dirk De Meulemeester
  • Introduction / Maud Piers and Christian Aschauer
  • Survey on the present use of ICT in international arbitration / Maud Piers and Christian Aschauer
  • Revolutionizing technologies and the use of technology in international arbitration : innovation, legitimacy, prospects and challenges / Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab and Ethan Katsh
  • The security and reliability of electronic communication : with a critical note on the human factor / Philipp Schaumann and Max Burger-Scheidlin
  • Case study : the institutional perspective / Erik Schäfer
  • Case study : the legislator's perspective / Annet van Hooft and Julia Kroes-Lastochkina
  • Case study : the practitioner's perspective / Sophie Nappert and Paul Cohen
  • E-arbitration agreements and e-awards : arbitration agreements concluded in an electronic environment and digital arbitral awards / Reinmar Wolff
  • Building on OArb attributes in pursuit of justice / Amy J. Schmitz
  • Legislating for an effective and legitimate system of online consumer arbitration / Pablo Cortés and Tony Cole
  • Arbitrators and their online identity / Niuscha Bassiri
  • How online sources affect counsel strategies and behavior in arbitration / Marc D. Veit
  • Conclusion / Maud Piers and Christian Aschauer.
Arbitration in the Digital Age analyses how technology can be efficiently and legitimately used to further sound arbitration proceedings. The contributions, from a variety of arbitration scholars, report on current developments, predict future trends, and assesses their impact from a practical, legal, and technical point of view. The book also discusses the relationship between arbitration and the Internet and analyses how social media can affect arbitrators and counsel's behaviour. Furthermore, it analyses the validity of electronic arbitration and awards, as well as Online Arbitration (OArb). The volume establishes, on a very practical level, how technology could be used by arbitration institutions, arbitrators, parties to an arbitration and counsel. This book will be of special interest to arbitrators and lawyers involved in international commercial arbitration.
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xxxvii, 553 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • William Schabas : portrait of a scholar/activist extraordinaire / Roger S. Clark
  • Part I. Human Rights
  • Human rights and international criminal justice in the twenty-first century : the end of the post-WWII phase and the beginning of an uncertain new era / M. Cherif Bassiouni
  • William Schabas, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and international human rights law / Thomas A. Cromwell and Bruno Gélinas-Faucher --- The International Convention on the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance, as a victim-oriented treaty / Emmanuel Decaux
  • The politics of sectarianism and its reflection in questions of international law and state formation in the Middle East / Kathleen Cavanaugh and Joshua Castellino
  • International law and the death penalty : a toothless tiger, or a meaningful force for change? / Sandra L. Babcock
  • The UN optional protocol on the abolition of the death penalty / Marc Bossuyt
  • The right to life and the progressive abolition of the death penalty / Christof Heyns, Thomas Probert, and Tess Borden
  • Progress and trend of the reform of the death penalty in China / Zhao Bingzhi
  • Criminal law philosophy in William Schabas's scholarship / Margaret M. deGuzman
  • Is the ICC focusing too much on non-state actors? / Frédéric Mégret
  • The principle of legality at the crossroads of human rights and international criminal law / Shane Darcy
  • Revisiting the sources of applicable law before the ICC / Alain Pellet
  • The ICC as a work in progress, for a world in process / Mireille Delmas-Marty
  • Legacy in international criminal justice / Carsten Stahn
  • Torture by private actors and 'gold plating' the offence in national law : an exchange of emails in honour of William Schabas / Andrew Clapham and Paola Gaeta
  • Secrets and surprises in the Travaux préparatoires of the genocide convention / Hirad Abtahi and Philippa Webb
  • Perspectives on cultural genocide : from criminal law to cultural diversity / Jérémie Gilbert
  • Crimes against humanity : repairing Title 18's blind spots / Beth Van Schaack
  • A new global treaty on crimes against humanity : future prospects / Leila Nadya Sadat
  • Justice outside of criminal courtrooms and jailhouses / Mark A. Drumbl
  • Toward greater synergy between courts and truth commissions in post-conflict contexts : lessons from Sierra Leone / Charles Chernor Jalloh
  • International criminal tribunals and cooperation with states : Serbia and the provision of evidence for the Slobodan Milosěvić trial at the ICTY / Geoffrey Nice and Nevenka Tromp
  • The arc toward justice and peace / Mary Ellen O'Connell
  • The maintenance of international peace and security through prevention of atrocity crimes : the question of cooperation between the UN and regional arrangements / Adama Dieng
  • Law and film : curating rights cinema / Emma Sandon
  • The role of advocates in developing international law / Wayne Jordash
  • Bill the blogger / Diane Marie Amann.
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vi, 88 pages : maps ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Arctic Ocean legal regime
  • Arctic navigation
  • Arctic maritime security
  • Concluding remarks.
In Arctic Ocean Shipping, Donald R. Rothwell assesses contemporary navigation, security and sovereignty issues in the North American Arctic. Multiple issues are raised regarding the existing legal regime and maritime security, including how Canada and the United States will respond to interest being expressed in Arctic shipping by Asian States.
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Experts from the fields of law and philosophy explore the works of Aristotle to illuminate the much-debated and fascinating relationship between emotions and justice. Emotions matter in connection with democracy and equity ? they are relevant to the judicial enforcement of rights, legal argumentation, and decision-making processes in legislative bodies and courts. The decisive role that emotions, feelings and passions play in these processes cannot be ignored ? not even by those who believe that emotions have no legitimate place in the public sphere. A growing body of literature on these topics recognizes the seminal insights contributed by Aristotle. This book offers an analysis of his thinking in this context, as well as proposals for dialogues between his works and those written by a selection of modern and contemporary thinkers.
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  • Introduction
  • "In guns we trust" : bearing arms in America today
  • The antecedents of the Second Amendment
  • American Constitutionalism and the Second Amendment
  • The transformative nineteenth century
  • The gun-rights movement develops
  • The NRA commandeers the gun-rights movement
  • Gun rights under fire
  • The birth of the gun-rights golden age
  • Epilogue.
"This illuminating study traces the transformation of the right to arms from its inception in English and colonial American law to today's impassioned gun-control debate. As historian and legal scholar Patrick J. Charles shows, what the right to arms means to Americans, as well as what it legally protects, has changed drastically since its first appearance in the 1689 Declaration of Rights. Armed in America explores how and why the right to arms transformed at different points in history. The right was initially meant to serve as a parliamentary right of resistance, yet by the ratification of the Second Amendment in 1791 the right had become indispensably intertwined with civic republicanism. As the United States progressed into the 19th century the right continued to change--this time away from civic republicanism and towards the individual-right understanding that is known today, albeit with the important caveat that the right could be severely restricted by the government's police power. Throughout the 20th century this understanding of the right remained the predominant view. But working behind the scenes was the beginnings of the gun-rights movement--a movement that was started in the early 20th century through the collective efforts of sporting magazine editors and was eventually commandeered by the National Rifle Association to the gun-rights movement known today. Readers looking to sort through the shrill rhetoric surrounding the current gun debate and arrive at an informed understanding of the legal and historical development of the right to arms will find this book to be an invaluable resource"-- Provided by publisher.
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  • Introduction
  • Art, authorship, and authorization
  • When the work is finished
  • The artist and the institution
  • Boundary issues : reconsidering the artist's sanction
  • Taking pictures : appropriation art, copyright, and intentionalism
  • Conclusion.
Art and Authority explores the sources, nature, and limits of artistic freedom. K. E. Gover draws upon real-world cases and controversies in contemporary visual art to offer a better understanding of artistic authorship and authority. Each chapter focuses on a case of dispute over the rights of an artist with respect to his or her artwork.
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  • Introduction
  • Defining the terms
  • Iraq
  • Taking on Iran
  • On sanctions imposition and pain
  • Pressure begins on Iran
  • On target response and resolve
  • Intense pressure on Iran and a turn to real negotiations
  • On the search for inflection points
  • Looking ahead.
Economic sanctions are intended to be a nonmilitary means used by states to force their prerogatives on other states, entities, and individuals. Yet while sanctions have been increasingly used as a foreign policy tool, they are ineffective if executed without a clear strategy that is responsive to the nature and changing behavior of the target. In The Art of Sanctions, Richard Nephew offers a much-needed practical framework that focuses not just on the design of sanctions but, crucially, on how to decide when sanctions have achieved maximum effectiveness and how to improve them along the way. Nephew-a lead participant in the design and implementation of sanctions on Iran-develops guidelines for interpreting targets' responses to sanctions based on two critical factors: pain and resolve. The efficacy of sanctions lies in the application of pain against a target, but targets may have significant resolve to resist, tolerate, or overcome this pain. Understanding the interplay of pain and resolve is central to using sanctions successfully and humanely. With attention to these two key variables, and to how they change over the course of the sanctions regime, policy makers can pinpoint when diplomatic intervention is likely to succeed or when escalation is necessary. Focusing on lessons from sanctions on both Iran and Iraq, Nephew provides policy makers with practical guidance on how to calibrate pain and measure resolve in the service of strong and successful sanctions regimes.
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  • The ultimatum
  • Shifting paradigms
  • A parliament of fears
  • Listen, old man, what in hell's gone wrong here?
  • Revolutions, real and imagined
  • The leap into the dark
  • The furniture of the world
  • Avatars of progress
  • The contest of interpretation.
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  • Foreword: Asset mapping : Asian Pacific American librarianship / Clara M. Chu
  • An overview of Asian American literary history / Janet Hyunju Clarke
  • Diversity in children's books : interview with Dr. Sarah Park Dahlen
  • We need diverse librarians and libraries : the Asian/Pacific American Librarians Association's past, present, and future / Michelle J. Lee
  • From birth to maturity : the Chinese American Librarians Association / Sai Deng
  • Asian American Law Librarians Caucus : a jewel in the crown / Alex Xiaomeng Zhang
  • Finding the Asian American in American dance / Arlene Yu
  • South Asian American Digital Archive (SAADA) : interview with Samip Mallick
  • Digitizing Asian American collections : interview with Giao Luong Baker
  • Inknography : a digital oral history collection of tattooed Asian Americans challenging the model minority stereotype / Jessea Kanoelani-Ramos Young
  • On 9066 Japanese American internment exhibit at Fresno State : interview with Tammy Lau and Julie Renee Moore
  • Unsettled/resettled : Seattle's Hunt Hotel travel exhibit : interview with Azusa Tanaka
  • Engagement and outreach : South Asian Oral History Project at the University of Washington Libraries / Deepa Banerjee
  • Building the Vietnamese language collection at CSU Fullerton : interview with Moon Kim
  • Information as praxis : collaborative strategies between campus and community / Todd Honma
  • Asian American studies and the Association of Chinese Teachers meets the public library : a multi-partner approach to planning APIA programs / Jerry Dear
  • Talk story : sharing stories, sharing culture to create a family literacy program / Lessa Pelayo-Lozada
  • Dai Dai Xiang Chuan : bridging generations, a bag at a time, a program that celebrates APA heritage / Dora Ho
  • Serving our communities : interview with Lynn Nguyen
  • How differing perceptions of librarianship in Asia & other factors impact Asian students' expectations of law librarians in America / Avery Le
  • Supporting Southeast Asian student success program at California State University, Fresno : a librarian's involvement and collaboration / Hiromi Kubo
  • Expectations, skepticism and language barrier : a brief journey / Anna Yang
  • Supporting Asian American studies : interview with Sine Hwang Jensen
  • Expatriate Japanese families as library users : a CSAE study in a college town community in the United States / Ryuta Komaki, Fukuji Imai and Yukinori Okabe
  • An Asian American librarian's experience on promoting the institutional repository / Tiewei Liu
  • Rethinking academic library support for students from South Korea : experiences from a public college / Kathryn Johns-Masten and Tina Chan
  • International outreach librarianship : interview with John Hickok
  • Against the odds : reflections on Asian American identity and multicultural, shared leadership in academic libraries / Adriene Lim
  • Recruiting a diverse LIS workforce: interview with Cynthia Del Rosario
  • Minnesota Institute for Early Career Librarians : cultivating APA library leaders through reflection and peer mentorship / Simon Lee, Cynthia Mari Orozco and Michael Qiu
  • Library administrative and leadership preparation : an Asian American perspective / Binh P. Le
  • Going beyond the bamboo ceiling : issues and challenges for Asian Pacific American patrons and librarians / Lisa Chow and Sandra Sajonas
  • On being a Hmong American librarian : interview with Vang Vang
  • A career in leadership : interview with Haipeng Li
  • Doing the work you want your library work to do : reflections of an academic librarian / Gerardo "Gary" Colmenar
  • The imperative to nurture diversity : interview with Miriam Tuliao
  • Creating an infrastructure for diversity throughout the organization : interview with Sandy Wee
  • It's all in the family : interview with Regina Gong and Dao Rong Gong
  • Chinese-American librarian leadership : interview with Dr. Lian Ruan
  • Minority among minorities : a Japanese librarian at a historically Black college or university (HBCU) / Chieko Sato Hutchison and Elizabeth Jean Brumfield
  • Impactful leadership : interview with Xuemao Wang
  • Leadership perspectives from Mexico : interview with Dr. Jesus Lau
  • Mentoring APA library leaders : interview with Patricia "Patty" Wong
  • The life and legacy of Dr. Lois Mai Chan in the LIS Field : interview with Raymond Pun and Monnee Tong.
What are the library services and resources that Asian Pacific Americans need? What does it mean to be an Asian Pacific American librarian in the 21st century? In Asian American Librarians and Library Services: Activism, Collaborations, and Strategies, library professionals and scholars share reflections, best practices, and strategies, and convey the critical need for diversity in the LIS field, library programming, and resources to better reflect the rich and varied experiences and information needs of Asian Americans in the US and beyond. The contributors show that they care deeply about diversity, that they acknowledge that it is painfully lacking in so many aspects of libraries and librarianship, and that libraries and the LIS profession must systematically integrate diversity and inclusion into their strategic priorities and practices, indeed, in their very mission, such that the rich diversity of experiences and histories of Asian Americans in library and archival collections, services, and programming are not only validated and recognized, but also valued and celebrated as vital components of the shared American experience. The volume recognizes and honors the creative and intentional work librarians do for their constituent Asian American communities in promoting resources, services, and outreach.
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  • Foreword
  • Asia-Pacific judiciaries : themes and contemporary perspectives / H. P. Lee and Marilyn Pittard
  • Independence and accountability of the judiciary : comparative analysis of the theories and the realities with lessons for the Asia-Pacific / Shimon Shetreet
  • The judiciary of Bangladesh : its independence and accountability / M. Rafiqul Islam
  • Judicial independence, impartiality and integrity in Brunei Darussalam / Ann Black
  • The future of judicial independence in China / Lin Feng
  • The judiciary in Fiji : a broken reed? / Venkat Iyer
  • Hong Kong's judiciary under 'one country, two systems' / Albert H. Y. Chen and P. Y. Lo
  • Judicial independence and the rise of the Supreme Court in India / Rehan Abeyratne
  • The Indonesian courts : from non-independence to independence without accountability / Nadirsyah Hosen
  • Indepedence of the judiciary and securing public trust in Japan / Shigenori Matsui
  • The Malaysian judiciary : a Sisyphean quest for redemption? / H. P. Lee and Richard Foo
  • Judicial power in Myannmar and the challenge of judicial independence / Melissa Crouch
  • The Singapore judiciary : independence, impartiality and integrity / Kevin Y. L. Tan
  • Decline and fall of Sri Lanka's judiciary and prospects for resurrection / Suri Ratnapala
  • Institutional independence of the judiciary : Taiwan's incomplete reform / Wen-Chen Chang
  • The Vanuatu judiciary : a critical check on executive power / Miranda Forsyth
  • Independence, impartiality and integrity of the judiciary in Vietnam / Pip Nicholson and Nguyen Hung Quang
  • The challenges of judicial independence in the Asia-Pacific / H. P. Lee and Marilyn Pittard.
Judicial independence, integrity and impartiality are crucial to public trust in the judiciary. Justice must also be seen to be dispensed fairly and without fear or favour. In the context of themes and perspectives as well as comparative theories of independence, this book provides a contemporary analysis of the role and independence of judges in 15 countries in the Asia-Pacific. Expert analyses include countries that are governed by authoritarian governments or are beset by dramatic government changes, which undermine judges by attacking and preventing their independence, to more democratic countries where there are strides towards judicial independence. The problems confronting judges and courts are explained and analysed, with the aim of establishing a commonality of standards which can be developed to strengthen and promote the important values of judicial independence, impartiality and integrity. Solutions for the Asia-Pacific region are also proposed.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107137721 20180306
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  • Introduction. Lynching and altars : family and memory
  • Before the burning : Southern mastery
  • Sex, danger, and religion : facing a "savage fury"
  • Kindling for the fire
  • Burning Sam Hose
  • After the fury : rape and history
  • After the fury : the blind and the sighted
  • At the altar : crucifixion.
The story of a black day-laborer called Sam Hose killing his white employer in a workplace dispute ended in a lynching of enormous religious significance. For many deeply-religious communities in the Jim Crow South, killing those like Sam Hose restored balance to a moral cosmos upended by a heinous crime. A religious intensity in the mood and morality of segregation surpassed law, and in times of social crisis could justify illegal white violence - even to the extreme act of lynching. In At the Altar of Lynching, distinguished historian Donald G. Mathews offers a new interpretation of the murder of Sam Hose, which places the religious culture of the evangelical South at its center. He carefully considers how mainline Protestants, including women, not only in many instances came to support or accept lynching, but gave the act religious meaning and justification.
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  • Functionalism and Australian constitutional values / Rosalind Dixon
  • The justification of judicial review : text, structure, history, and principle / Nicholas Aroney
  • Functions, purposes, and values in constitutional interpretation / Jeffrey Goldsworthy
  • Functions, context, and constitutional values / Jonathan Crowe
  • Legality and constitutionalism : the rule of law / Lisa Burton Crawford
  • Government accountability as a "constitutional value?" / Janina Boughey and Greg Weeks
  • Impartial justice / Sarah Murray
  • Political democracy : deliberation as a constitutional value / Scott Stephenson
  • Political equality as a constitutional principle : cautionary lessons from McCloy v New South Wales / Joo-Cheong Tham
  • Liberty as a constitutional value : the difficulty of differing conceptions of "the relationship of the individual to the state" / James Stellios
  • Equal treatment and non-discrimination through the functionalist lens / Amelia Simpson
  • Democratic experimentalism / Gabrielle Appleby and Brendan Lim
  • Indigenous recognition / Dylan Lino
  • National security : a hegemonic constitutional value? / Rebecca Ananian-Welsh and Nicola McGarrity
  • Free trade as an Australian constitutional value : a functionalist approach to the interpretation of the economic constitution of Australia / Gonzalo Villalta Puig.
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  • Discovering your authentic leadership : why self-awareness is so critical / Bill George, Peter Sims, Andrew N. McLean, and Diana Mayer
  • The authenticity paradox : to grow, you need to feel like a fake / Herminia Ibarra
  • What bosses gain by being vulnerable : the psychology of human connection / Emma Seppala
  • Practice tough empathy : when you care, you show your true self / Rob Goffee and Gareth Jones
  • Cracking the code that stalls people of color : sacrificing identity to conform / Sylvia Ann Hewlett
  • For a corporate apology to work, the CEO should look sad : make your emotions match your message / Sarah Green Carmichael
  • Are leaders getting too emotional? : tears are OK if they're rare, an interview with Gautam Mukunda and Gianpiero Petriglieri / Adi Ignatius and Sarah Green Carmichael.
Creating an authentic leadership style that aligns with your personal values and character can have a host of benefits. But in the face of uncertainty, conflict, and cultural expectations, many struggle to show their vulnerability while still appearing authoritative. This book shows leaders and aspiring leaders alike how to work with their people while also being true to themselves. You'll learn from the latest research who is most at risk for feeling inauthentic, what that means for your credibility and your team's engagement, and how to decide when it is appropriate to just be yourself, and when you need to adapt to fit the needs of your organisation.How to be human at work. The HBR Emotional Intelligence Series features smart, essential reading on the human side of professional life from the pages of Harvard Business Review. Each book in the series offers proven research showing how our emotions impact our work lives, practical advice for managing difficult people and situations, and inspiring essays on what it means to tend to our emotional well-being at work. Uplifting and practical, these books describe the social skills that are critical for ambitious professionals to master.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781633693913 20180122
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  • Introduction: Copyright law and subjectivity : a relational approach
  • Connected origins : locating relationality in copyright history
  • From the piratical to the creative user
  • Creative practice and relational authorship
  • Locating the user and reforming the law
  • Reimagining the pirate : approaching infringement relationally
  • Producing the pirate : the courtroom and cultural power
  • Conclusion.
An examination of subjectivity in copyright law, analyzing authors, users, and pirates through a relational framework. In current debates over copyright law, the author, the user, and the pirate are almost always invoked. Some in the creative industries call for more legal protection for authors; activists and academics promote user rights and user-generated content; and online pirates openly challenge the strict enforcement of copyright law. In this book, James Meese offers a new way to think about these three central subjects of copyright law, proposing a relational framework that encompasses all three. Meese views authors, users, and pirates as interconnected subjects, analyzing them as a relational triad. He argues that addressing the relationships among the three subjects will shed light on how the key conceptual underpinnings of copyright law are justified in practice. Meese presents a series of historical and contemporary examples, from nineteenth-century cases of book abridgement to recent controversies over the reuse of Instagram photos. He not only considers the author, user, and pirate in terms of copyright law, but also explores the experiential element of subjectivity -- how people understand and construct their own subjectivity in relation to these three subject positions. Meese maps the emergence of the author, user, and pirate over the first two centuries of copyright's existence; describes how regulation and technological limitations turned people from creators to consumers; considers relational authorship; explores practices in sampling, music licensing, and contemporary art; examines provisions in copyright law for user-generated content; and reimagines the pirate as an innovator.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780262037440 20180403
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  • Introduction: Red flags
  • From poorhouse to database
  • Automating eligibility in the heartland
  • High-tech homelessness in the City of Angels
  • The Allegheny algorithm
  • The digital poorhouse
  • Conclusion: Dismantling the digital poorhouse.
"Since the dawn of the digital age, decision-making in finance, employment, politics, health and human services has undergone revolutionary change. Today, automated systems - rather than humans - control which neighborhoods get policed, which families attain needed resources, and who is investigated for fraud. While we all live under this new regime of data, the most invasive and punitive systems are aimed at the poor. In Automating Inequality, Virginia Eubanks systematically investigates the impacts of data mining, policy algorithms, and predictive risk models on poor and working-class people in America. The book is full of heart-wrenching and eye-opening stories, from a woman in Indiana whose benefits are literally cut off as she lays dying to a family in Pennsylvania in daily fear of losing their daughter because they fit a certain statistical profile"-- Publisher's website.
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  • p.t 1. The awakening : the complete text in cultural context
  • Introduction : biographical and historical contexts
  • The complete text
  • Contextual documents
  • Advertisements from magazines
  • Fashion plates, Godey's Magazine
  • The dressing-table, Godey's Magazine
  • Home study for young ladies : visiting cards
  • From What women find to do all day, Ladies' Home Journal
  • Helen Watterson Moody, from What it means to be a wife, Ladies' Home Journal
  • Helen Watterson Moody, from The true meaning of motherhood, Ladies' Home Journal
  • The artist and marriage, The Atlantic Monthly
  • Ruth McEnery Stuart, from A people who live amid romance, Ladies' Home Journal
  • Walter Gregory, The evolution of woman in the South, Godey's Magazine
  • James Lane Allen, from Two principles in recent American Fiction, The Atlantic Monthly
  • Two Contemporary Reviews of The awakening.
  • pt. 2. The awakening : a case study in contemporary criticism
  • A critical history of The awakening
  • Feminist criticism and The awakening
  • What is feminist criticism?
  • Feminist criticism : a selected bibliography
  • A feminist perspective
  • Elaine Showalter, tradition and the female talent : The awakening as a solitary book
  • Gender criticism and The awakening
  • What is gender criticism?
  • Gender criticism : a selected bibliography
  • A gender perspective
  • Elizabeth LeBlanc, the metaphorical lesbian : Edna Pontellier in The awakening
  • The new historicism and The awakening
  • What is the new historicism?
  • The new historicism : a selected bibliography
  • A new historicist perspective
  • Margit Stange, personal property : exchange value and the female self in The awakening
  • Deconstruction and The awakening
  • What is deconstruction
  • Deconstruction : a selected bibliography
  • A deconstructionist perspective
  • Patricia S. Yaeger, "a language which nobody understood" : emancipatory strategies in The awakening
  • Reader-response criticism and The awakening
  • What is reader-response criticism?
  • Reader-response criticism : a selected bibliography
  • A reader-response perspective
  • Paula A. Treichler, the construction of ambiguity in The awakening : a linguistic analysis
  • Combining perspectives on The awakening
  • Cynthia Griffin Wolff, un-utterable longing : the discourse of feminine sexuality in Kate Chopin's The awakening
  • Glossary of critical and theoretical terms.
Presents the complete text of "The Awakening" by nineteenth-century American novelist Kate Chopin and contains biographical, historical, and cultural contexts, as well as critical essays that analyzes her work.
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  • Appetite
  • Floor plans
  • Spider legs
  • Weighed and measured
  • American men in Paris I did not love
  • Window guards
  • The holographic soul
  • Landscape no. 27
  • Hide and seek
  • Back talk
  • Lovers' lookout
  • Dinosaurs
  • Gone
  • Looking for a thief
  • Red light, green light
  • Second-chance family.
"In 'Floor plans,' a woman at the end of her marriage tests her power when she inadvertently befriends the neighbor trying to buy her apartment. In 'Appetite,' a sixteen-year old grieving her mother's death experiences first love and questions how much more heartbreak she and her family can endure. In 'Dinosaurs,' a recent widower and a young babysitter help each other navigate how much they have to give--and how much they can take--from the people around them. Through stories that are at once empathetic and unexpected, these women and girls defiantly push the boundaries between selfishness and self-possession. Fantastically written with a fresh voice and bold honesty, [this book] examines the cultural narrowness of what it means to want as a woman."-- Provided by publisher.
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"The full inside story of the breathtaking rise and shocking collapse of a multibillion-dollar startup, by the prize-winning journalist who first broke the story and pursued it to the end in the face of pressure and threats from the CEO and her lawyers. In 2014, Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes was widely seen as the female Steve Jobs: a brilliant Stanford dropout whose startup "unicorn" promised to revolutionize the medical industry with a machine that would make blood tests significantly faster and easier. Backed by investors such as Larry Ellison and Tim Draper, Theranos sold shares in a fundraising round that valued the company at $9 billion, putting Holmes's worth at an estimated $4.7 billion. There was just one problem: The technology didn't work. For years, Holmes had been misleading investors, FDA officials, and her own employees. When Carreyrou, working at The Wall Street Journal, got a tip from a former Theranos employee and started asking questions, both Carreyrou and the Journal were threatened with lawsuits. Undaunted, the newspaper ran the first of dozens of Theranos articles in late 2015. By early 2017, the company's value was zero and Holmes faced potential legal action from the government and her investors. Here is the riveting story of the biggest corporate fraud since Enron, a disturbing cautionary tale set amid the bold promises and gold-rush frenzy of Silicon Valley"-- Provided by publisher.
"The full inside story of the breathtaking rise and shocking collapse of Theranos--the Enron of Silicon Valley--by the prize-winning journalist who first broke the story and pursued it to the end in the face of pressure and threats from the CEO and her lawyers. In 2014, Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes was widely seen as the female Steve Jobs: a brilliant Stanford dropout whose startup "unicorn" promised to revolutionize the medical industry with a machine that would make blood tests significantly faster and easier. Backed by investors such as Larry Ellison and Tim Draper, Theranos sold shares in an early fundraising round that valued the company at $9 billion, putting Holmes's worth at an estimated $4.7 billion. There was just one problem: the technology didn't work. For years, Holmes had been misleading investors, FDA officials, and her own employees. When Carreyrou, working at the Wall Street Journal, got a tip from a former Theranos employee and started asking questions, both Carreyrou and the Journal were threatened with lawsuits. Undaunted, the newspaper ran the first of dozens of Theranos articles in late 2015. By early 2017, the company's value was zero and Holmes faced potential legal action from the government and her investors. Here is the riveting story of the biggest corporate fraud since Enron, a disturbing cautionary tale set amid the bold promises and gold-rush frenzy of Silicon Valley"-- Provided by publisher.
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  • Introduction
  • History of bail in america
  • Bail as a constitutional right
  • The bail process : how pretrial release operates and the types of release before trial
  • Bail and prediction of crime
  • Individual and societal costs of pretrial detention
  • Race and bail in the criminal justice system
  • Bail and the sixth amendment rights to counsel and jury trial
  • International bail
  • Money bail
  • Optimal bail : using constitutional and empirical tools to reform America's bail system.
Mass incarceration is one of the greatest social problems facing the United States today. America incarcerates a greater percentage of its population than any other country and is one of only two countries that requires arrested individuals to pay bail to be released from jail while awaiting trial. After arrest, the bail decision is the single most important cause of mass incarceration, yet this decision is often neglected since it is made in less than two minutes. Shima Baradaran Baughman draws on constitutional rights and new empirical research to show how we can reform bail in America. Tracing the history of bail, she demonstrates how it has become an oppressive tool of the courts that disadvantages minority and poor defendants and shows how we can reform bail to alleviate mass incarceration. By implementing these reforms, she argues, we can restore constitutional rights and release more defendants, while lowering crime rates.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107131361 20180219
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78. Becoming [2018]

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  • A killing freeze
  • Real sunshine
  • Smoked Irishman
  • Make tracks
  • Sensational lies
  • You will not turn us down
  • No suitable place
  • Well-laid plan
  • So much race pride
  • Don't talk to me about conscience, lady
  • Way of justice
  • If it takes all summer
  • Troubled by it
  • Faith in Blanche
  • Someone who should write a book
  • Whether they be white or black
  • A newspaper woman
  • Epilogue.
"A small town. A big secret. In December 1957, the wife of a Florida citrus baron is raped in her home while her husband is away. She claims a 'husky Negro' did it, and the sheriff, the infamous racist Willis McCall, does not hesitate to round up a herd of suspects. But within days, McCall turns his sights on Jesse Daniels, a gentle, mentally impaired white nineteen-year-old. Soon Jesse is railroaded up to the state hospital for the insane, and locked away without trial. Crusading journalist Mabel Norris Reese cannot stop fretting over the case and its baffling outcome. Who is protecting whom, or what? She pursues the story for years, chasing down leads, hitting dead ends, winning unlikely allies. Bit by bit, the unspeakable truths behind a conspiracy that shocked a community into silence come to the surface. Beneath a Ruthless Sun tells a powerful page-turning story rooted in the fears that rippled through the South as integration began to take hold, sparking a surge of virulent racism that savaged the vulnerable, debased the powerful, and roils our own times still."-- Dust jacket.
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  • Introduction
  • A history of privacy politics
  • Sexual liberty
  • Mental illness and the right to refuse treatment
  • Deregulation and the future of medicine
  • Death, discrimination, and equality
  • Conscientious objection, Roe, and the role of the judiciary
  • Conclusion.
Roe's privacy rationale inspired left-leaning movements unrelated to abortion around sexual orientation, class, gender, race, disability, and patient rights. But groups on the right used it as well, to attack government involvement in American life. Mary Ziegler's analysis shows that privacy belongs to no party or cause.
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"Beyond High Courts: The Justice Complex in Latin America is a much-needed volume that will make a significant contribution to the growing fields of comparative law and politics and Latin American legal institutions. The book moves these research agendas beyond the study of high courts by offering theoretically and conceptually rich empirical analyses of a set of critical supranational, national, and subnational justice sector institutions that are generally neglected in the literature. The chapters examine the region's large federal systems (Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico), courts in Chile and Venezuela, and the main supranational tribunal in the region, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. Aimed at students of comparative legal institutions while simultaneously offering lessons for practitioners charged with designing such institutions, the volume advances our understanding of the design of justice institutions, how their form and function change over time, what causes those changes, and what consequences they have. The volume also pays close attention to how justice institutions function as a system, exploring institutional interactions across branches and among levels of government (subnational, national, supranational) and analyzing how they help to shape, and are shaped by, politics and law. Incorporating the institutions examined in the volume into the literature on comparative legal institutions deepens our understanding of justice systems and how their component institutions can both bolster and compromise democracy and the rule of law. Contributors: Matthew C. Ingram, Diana Kapiszewski, Azul A. Aguiar-Aguilar, Ernani Carvalho, Natalia Leitão, Catalina Smulovitz, John Seth Alexander, Robert Nyenhuis, Sídia Maria Porto Lima, Jose Mario Wanderley Gomes Neto, Danilo Pacheco Fernandes, Louis Dantas de Andrade, Mary L. Volcansek, and Martin Shapiro"-- Provided by publisher.
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  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Shareholder wealth maximisation revisited
  • Shareholder power and shareholder empowerment
  • Shareholder rights and corporate objectives in China : past and present
  • Towards stakeholder model
  • A more suitable corporate objective in China
  • Conclusion.
Corporate objective, namely, for whose interests should a company be run, is the most important theoretical and practical issues confronting us today, as the core objective animate or should animate every decision a company makes. Despite decades of debate, there is no consensus regarding what the corporate objective is or ought to be. However, clarity on this issue is necessary in order to explain and guide corporate behaviour, as different objectives could lead to different analyses and solutions to the same corporate governance problem. In addition to the study on the corporate objective in the Anglo-American jurisdictions, the discussion of this topic in the context of China is also very important on the ground that China has become the second largest economy in the world and is playing an increasingly significant role in global affairs. Though a socialist state, China also heavily relies on the corporate vehicle as the most important business organisation to ensure its rapid economic development since its market reforms in 1978. Adolf Berle and Gardiner Means's observation eight decades ago that large public companies dominate the world remains true today, not only in the West but also in China. The regulation and governance of such companies will have a material impact on the further development of the Chinese economy, which could in turn directly affect the world economy. Company law and corporate governance therefore receive much attention and have become a vital issue in China. Although the current focus is primarily on corporate performance, the fundamental question at the heart of corporate governance, namely the corporate objective, is still unresolved. Contrary to the widely held belief that the corporate objective should be maximising shareholder wealth, this book seeks to demonstrate that the shareholder wealth maximisation approach is both descriptively and normatively unsuitable. As an antithesis to it, stakeholder theory generally develops to be a more suitable substituent. Justifications and responses to its main criticisms are offered from descriptive, normative and instrumental aspects, whilst new techniques of balancing competing interests and more workable guidance for directors' behaviour are brought forward as essential modifications. Along with the unique characteristics of socialist states, the stakeholder model is expected to find solid ground in China and guide the future development of corporate governance. This book will be important and useful to researches and students of corporate law, corporate governance, business and management studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138288867 20171204
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vi, 201 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: Beyond the drug war : the United States, the public sphere and human rights / Wil G. Pansters, Benjamin T. Smith and Peter Watt
  • US pressure and Mexican anti-drugs efforts from 1940 to 1980 : importing the war on drugs? / Carlos A. Pérez Ricart
  • Mexico : a humanitarian crisis in the making / Mónica Serrano
  • Effects of militarization in the name of counter-narcotics efforts and consequences for human rights in Mexico / Laura Carlsen
  • Violence, co-optation and corruption : risks for the exercise of journalism and freedom of expression in Mexico / Armando Rodríguez Luna
  • State of denial : crime reporting and political communication in Sonora / Víctor Hugo Reyna García
  • Social movements in support of the victims : human rights and digital communications / Rupert Knox
  • Beyond disorder and the constitution : thinking about the law in regions of violence (the case of Cherán) / Erika Bárcena Arévalo and Orlando Aragón Andrade
  • Combing history against the grain : the search for truth amongst Mexico's hidden graves / Carolina Robledo Silvestre.
This volume aims to go beyond the study of developments within Mexico's criminal world and their relationship with the state and law enforcement. It focuses instead on the nature and consequences of what we call the `totalization of the drug war', and its projection on other domains which are key to understanding the nature of Mexican democracy. The volume brings together chapters written by distinguished scholars from Mexico and elsewhere who deal with three major questions: what are the main features of and forces behind the persistent militarization of the drug war in Mexico, and what are the main consequences for human rights and the rule of law; what are the consequences of these developments on the public sphere and, more specifically, on the functioning of the press and freedom of expression; and how do ordinary people engage with the effects of violence and insecurity within their communities, and which initiatives and practices of `justice from below' do they develop to counter an increased sense of vulnerability, suffering and impunity?
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781857439090 20180129
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  • Foreword / Katja Franko
  • Big data : what is it and why does it matter for crime and social control? / Aleš Završnik
  • Paradoxes of privacy in an era of asymmetrical social control / Frank Pasquale
  • Big data : big ignorance / Renata Salecl
  • Machines, humans and the question of control / Zoran Kanduč
  • Data collection without limits : automated pricing and the politics of framelesness / Mark Andrejevic
  • Algorithmic patrol : the futures of predictive policing / Dean Wilson
  • Algorithmic crime control / Aleš Završnik
  • Subjectivity, algorithims and the courtroom / Mojca M. Plesničar and Katja Šugman Stubbs
  • Judicial oversight of the (mass) collection and processing of personal data / Primož Gorkič
  • Big data and economic cyber espionage : an international law perspective / Maruša T. Veber and Maša Kovič Dine.
From predictive policing to self-surveillance to private security, the potential uses to of big data in crime control pose serious legal and ethical challenges relating to privacy, discrimination, and the presumption of innocence. The book is about the impacts of the use of big data analytics on social and crime control and on fundamental liberties. Drawing on research from Europe and the US, this book identifies the various ways in which law and ethics intersect with the application of big data in social and crime control, considers potential challenges to human rights and democracy and recommends regulatory solutions and best practice. This book focuses on changes in knowledge production and the manifold sites of contemporary surveillance, ranging from self-surveillance to corporate and state surveillance. It tackles the implications of big data and predictive algorithmic analytics for social justice, social equality, and social power: concepts at the very core of crime and social control. This book will be of interest to scholars and students of criminology, sociology, politics and socio-legal studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138227453 20180129
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  • Big data and individual autonomy in a crowd / Barbara J. Evans
  • Big data's epistemology and its implications for precision medicine and privacy / Jeffrey M. Skopek
  • Big data's epistemology and its implications for precision medicine and privacy / Tal Z. Zarsky
  • Correlation vs. causation in health-related big data analysis : the role of reason and regulation / Tal Z. Zarsky
  • Big data and regulatory arbitrage in healthcare / Nicolas P. Terry
  • The future of pharmacovigilance : big data and the False Claims Act / Efthimios Parasidis
  • Big data's new discrimination threats : amending the Americans with Disabilities Act to cover discrimination based on data-driven predictions of future disease / Sharona Hoffman
  • Who's left out of big data? How big data collection, analysis, and use neglects populations most in need of medical and public health research and interventions / Sarah E. Malanga, Jonathan D. Loe, Christopher T. Robertson, Kenneth S. Ramos
  • Potential roadblocks in health care big data collection : Gobeille v. Liberty Mutual, ERISA, and all-payer claims databases / Carmel Shachar, Aaron S. Kesselheim, Gregory Curfman, Ameet Sarpatwari
  • Avoiding over-regulation in the medical Internet of things / Dov Greenbaum
  • Data policy for Internet of things health care devices : aligning patient, industry, and privacy goals in the age of big data / Marcus Comiter
  • Thought leader perspectives on risks in precision medicine research / Laura M. Beskow, Catherine M. Hammack, Kathleen M. Brelsford, Kevin C. McKenna
  • From individual to group privacy in biomedical big data / Brent Mittelstadt
  • Big data and informed consent : the case of estimated data / Donna M. Gitter
  • Is there a duty to share health care data? / I. Glenn Cohen
  • Societal lapses in protecting individual privacy, the common rule, and big data health research / Laura Odwazny
  • Common rule and research with data, big and small / Liza Dawson
  • Big data, HIPAA and the common rule : time for big change? / Margaret Foster Riley
  • Data sharing that enables post-approval drug and device research and protects patient privacy : best practice recommendations / Ameet Sarpatwari, Bradley A. Malin, Aaron S. Kesselheim, Joshua J. Gagne, Sebastian Schneeweiss
  • Big data and human medical judgment : regulating next generation clinical decision support / Jeffrey M. Senger, Patrick O'Leary
  • Medical malpractice and black-box medicine / W. Nicholson Price II
  • Big data & intellectual property rights in the health and life sciences / Timo Minssen, Justin Pierce
  • The pathologies of data-generating patents / Ted Sichelman, Brenda M. Simon.
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Big Data Shocks examines the roots of big data, the current climate and rising stars in this world. The book explores the issues raised by big data and discusses theoretical as well as practical approaches to managing information whose scope exists beyond the human scale.
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  • Corporate lawyers and multinational corporations in Latin America and Spain : 1990-2015 / Manuel Gómez and Rogelio Pérez-Perdomo
  • Law firms in Argentina : challenges and responses to a crisis / Maria Inés Bergoglio
  • Big law in Brazil : rise and current challenges / Mariana Conti Craveiro and Manuel Gómez
  • Big Law in Chile : a glance at the law firms / Iñigo de la Maza Gazmuri, Rafael Mery Nieto, and Juan Enrique Vargas Viancos
  • Big law in Central America and the Dominican Republic : growth strategies in small economies / Carlos Taboada and Manuel Gómez
  • The rise of big law in Colombia / Everaldo Lamprea and Mariana Díaz Chalela
  • Global and traditional : a profile of corporate lawyers in Mexico / Rodrigo Meneses-Reyes and José Antonio Caballero
  • Lawyers and globalization in Peru (1990-2014) : challenges in the shadows / Gorki Gonzales Mantilla
  • Big law in Spain : a dynamic ecosystem / Marisa Méndez Sordo
  • Big law in Venezuela : from globalization to revolution / Manuel Gómez and Rogelio Pérez-Perdomo
  • Reconstructing big law : the big picture / Deborah R. Hensler
  • Big law today and tomorrow / Lawrence M. Friedman
  • Conclusion / Manuel Gómez and Rogelio Pérez-Perdomo.
This book, part of the Stanford Law School research project on the future of the legal profession, thoroughly examines the future of "big law, " defined as the large and mid-size multiservice highly specialized law firms that provide sophisticated, complex and generally costly legal work to multinationals, large and mid-size domestic corporations, and other business clients. By systematically gathering, assessing, and analyzing the best available quantitative and qualitative data on the first tier of the corporate legal services market of Latin America and Spain, and interviewing a broadly representative sample of corporate legal officers, law firm partners, and other stakeholders in each of the countries covered, this book provides a nuanced perspective on changes in "big law" during the last two decades until the present. It also explores the factors that are driving these changes, and the implications for the future of legal profession, legal education and its relationship with the corporate sector and society in general.
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  • The power of hidden connections
  • Lifting the invisible ceiling of potential
  • Surround yourself with positive influencers : creating star systems
  • Expand your power : leading from every seat
  • Enhance your resources : creating a prism of praise and recognition
  • Defend against negative influences : protecting the system against attacks
  • Sustain the gains : creating collective momentum
  • Conclusion: All the children are well.
"The bestselling author of The Happiness Advantage reveals why our potential is not limited by what we on our own can achieve; rather, our success is amplified by the successes of those around us. He offers five strategies for exponentially raising our achievement and performance by helping others--colleagues, teams, and employees--be better. For decades, we have thought about potential as being a constellation of individual traits: your creativity, your abilities, your intelligence. But new research shows that this version of potential--what Achor calls Small Potential--is deeply flawed, and places a ceiling on the level of success we can achieve. Because we now know that all these traits are in fact interconnected, and that by pursuing success individually, we have been leaving much of our potential untapped. Big Potential works not in isolation, but rather as part of an ecosystem. So when we help those around us succeed, we not only raise the performance of the group, but we also create a virtuous cycle by which we in turn become more successful ourselves. Drawing on cutting-edge original research as well as his work with executives, educators, and leaders around the globe, Achor shows how we can all lift the ceiling on our potential by helping others realize theirs"-- Provided by publisher.
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Describes the history and development of the first ten Constitutional amendments, also known as the Bill of Rights, and presents stories of the many people who have helped to keep it a living document.
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xvi, 262 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Chapter 1: Biodiversity, Genetic Resources and Intellectual Property / Charles Lawson and Kamalesh Adhikari
  • Chapter 2: Reconceptualising Access: Moving Beyond the Limits of International Biodiversity Laws / Kamalesh Adhikari
  • Chapter 3: Aligning Means and Ends to Benefit Indigenous Peoples under the Convention on Biological Diversity and the Nagoya Protocol / Edwin Bikundo
  • Chapter 4: Banking on a Patent Solution for Sharing Antarctica’s Ex Situ Genetic Resources / Fran Humphries
  • Chapter 5: Nomenclature as a Standardized Metadata System for Ordering and Accessing Information about Plants / Charles Lawson
  • Chapter 6: Free Prior Informed Consent
  • Mere Politics or Meaningful Change? / Paul Martin
  • Chapter 7: The Trans-Pacific Partnership and Sustainable Development: Access to Genetic Resources, Informed Consent, and Benefit Sharing / Matthew Rimmer
  • Chapter 8: The Limits of ABS Laws: Why Gumby Gumby and other Bush Foods and Medicines need specific Indigenous Knowledge Protections / Daniel Robinson, Margaret Raven and John Hunter
  • Chapter 9: Reshaping the International Access to Genetic Resources and Benefit Sharing Process? Overcoming Resistance to Change and Correction / Manuel Ruiz Muller
  • Chapter 10: Certified ABS: The Union for Ethical BioTrade and the use of trade and certification marks to encourage and facilitate behaviour change / Jay Sanderson, Leanne Wiseman and Drossos Stamboulakis
Addresses current issues arising from recent developments in the enduring and topical debates about managing genetic resources through the ABS regime. The book explores key historical, doctrinal, and theoretical issues in the field, at the same time developing new ideas and perspectives around ABS. It shows the latest state of knowledge and will be of interest to researchers, academics, policymakers, and students in the fields of intellectual property, governance, biodiversity and conservation, sustainable development, and agriculture,
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  • Introduction: Sentimental biopower
  • Taxonomies of feeling : sensation and sentiment in evolutionary race science
  • Body as text, race as palimpsest : Frances E.W. Harper and black feminist biopolitics
  • Vaginal impressions : gyno-neurology and the racial origins of sexual difference
  • Incremental life : biophilanthropy and the child migrants of the lower east side
  • From impressibility to interactionism : W.E.B. du Bois, black eugenics, and the struggle
  • Against genetic determinisms
  • Epilogue: The afterlives of impressibility.
In The Biopolitics of Feeling Kyla Schuller unearths the forgotten, multiethnic sciences of impressibility-the capacity to be transformed by one's environment and experiences-to uncover how biopower developed in the United States. Schuller challenges prevalent interpretations of biopower and literary cultures to reveal how biopower emerged within the discourses and practices of sentimentalism. Through analyses of evolutionary theories, gynecological sciences, abolitionist poetry and other literary texts, feminist tracts, child welfare reforms, and black uplift movements, Schuller excavates a vast apparatus that regulated the capacity of sensory and emotional feeling in an attempt to shape the evolution of the national population. Her historical and theoretical work exposes the overlooked role of sex difference in population management and the optimization of life, illuminating how models of binary sex function as one of the key mechanisms of racializing power. Schuller thereby overturns long-accepted frameworks of the nature of race and sex difference, offers key corrective insights to modern debates surrounding the equation of racism with determinism and the liberatory potential of ideas about the plasticity of the body, and reframes contemporary notions of sentiment, affect, sexuality, evolution, and heredity.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780822369233 20180403
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  • Varying shades of green
  • Green governmentality
  • Green scare
  • Fascist earth
  • Commonism
  • Welcome to the dark side of dignity and development
  • Urban clear-cutting
  • Protest without people
  • So to speak
  • Afterword.
In response to unprecedented environmental degradation, activists and popular movements have risen up to fight the crisis of climate change and the ongoing devastation of the earth. The environmental movement has undeniably influenced even its adversaries, as the language of sustainability can be found in corporate mission statements, government policy, and national security agendas. However, the price of success has been compromise, prompting soul-searching and questioning of the politics of environmentalism. Is it a revolutionary movement that opposes the current system? Or is it reformist, changing the system by working within it? In Birth of a New Earth, Adrian Parr argues that this is a false choice, calling for a shift from an opposition between revolution and incremental change to a renewed collective imagination. Parr insists that environmental destruction is at its core a problem of democratization and decolonization. It requires reckoning with militarism, market fundamentalism, and global inequality and mobilizing an alternative political vision capable of freeing the collective imagination in order to replace an apocalyptic mindset frozen by the spectacle of violence. Birth of a New Earth locates the emancipatory work of environmental politics in solidarities that can bring together different constituencies, fusing opposing political strategies and paradigms by working both inside and outside the prevailing system. She discusses experiments in food sovereignty, collaborative natural-resource management, and public-interest design initiatives that test new models of economic democratization. Ultimately, Parr proclaims, environmental politics is the refusal to surrender life to the violence of global capitalism, corporate governance, and militarism. This defiance can serve as the source for the birth of a new earth.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780231180092 20171211
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xii, 207 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: What are blockchains and how are they relevant to governance in the contemporary global political economy? / Malcom Campbell-Verduyn
  • Moneys at the margins : from political experiment to cashless societies / Moritz Hütten and Matthias Thiemann
  • The internal and external governance of blockchain-based organizations : evidence from cryptocurrencies / Ying-Ying Hsieh, Jean Philippe (JP) Vergne, and Sha Wang
  • The mutual constitution of technology and global governance : Bitcoin, blockchains, and the international anti-money-laundering regime / Malcom Campbell-Verduyn and Marcel Goguen
  • Between liberalization and prohibition : prudent enthusiasm and the governance of Bitcoin/blockchain technology / Kai Jia and Falin Zhang
  • Cryptocurrencies and digital payment rails in network global governance : perspectives on inclusion and innovation / Daivi Rodima-Taylor and William W. Grimes
  • Governing what wasn't meant to be governed : a controversy-based approach to the study of Bitcoin governance / Francesca Musiani, Alexandre Mallard, and Cécile Méadel
  • Experiments in algorithmic governance : a history and ethnography of "The DAO," a failed decentralized autonomous organization / Quinn Dupont
  • Conclusion: Towards a block age or blockages of global governance / Malcom Campbell-Verduyn.
Since the launch of Bitcoin in 2009 several hundred different `cryptocurrencies' have been developed and become accepted for a wide variety of transactions in leading online commercial marketplaces and the `sharing economy', as well as by more traditional retailers, manufacturers, and even by charities and political parties. Bitcoin and its competitors have also garnered attention for their wildly fluctuating values as well as implication in international money laundering, Ponzi schemes and online trade in illicit goods and services across borders. These and other controversies surrounding cryptocurrencies have induced varying governance responses by central banks, government ministries, international organizations, and industry regulators worldwide. Besides formal attempts to ban Bitcoin, there have been multifaceted efforts to incorporate elements of blockchains, the peer-to-peer technology underlying cryptocurrencies, in the wider exchange, recording, and broadcasting of digital transactions. Blockchains are being mobilized to support and extend an array of governance activities. The novelty and breadth of growing blockchain-based activities have fuelled both utopian promises and dystopian fears regarding applications of the emergent technology to Bitcoin and beyond. This volume brings scholars of anthropology, economics, Science and Technology Studies, and sociology together with GPE scholars in assessing the actual implications posed by Bitcoin and blockchains for contemporary global governance. Its interdisciplinary contributions provide academics, policymakers, industry practitioners and the general public with more nuanced understandings of technological change in the changing character of governance within and across the borders of nation-states.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415792141 20180423
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xiv, 306 pages : illustrations, 1 map ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction. A bind of their own making
  • Telling stories
  • The rhetoric of reputation
  • Advocacy
  • Your word is your bond
  • The sanctity of property
  • Subjects of selfhood
  • For family and property
  • Afterword. From property to Plessy.
In the antebellum Natchez district, in the heart of slave country, black people sued white people in all-white courtrooms. They sued to enforce the terms of their contracts, recover unpaid debts, recuperate back wages, and claim damages for assault. They sued in conflicts over property and personal status. And they often won. Based on new research conducted in courthouse basements and storage sheds in rural Mississippi and Louisiana, Kimberly Welch draws on over 1,000 examples of free and enslaved black litigants who used the courts to protect their interests and reconfigure their place in a tense society.To understand their success, Welch argues that we must understand the language that they used-the language of property, in particular-to make their claims recognizable and persuasive to others and to link their status as owner to the ideal of a free, autonomous citizen. In telling their stories, Welch reveals a previously unknown world of black legal activity, one that is consequential for understanding the long history of race, rights, and civic inclusion in America.
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