Department of Sociology of Law

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  2. Injustice Disrupted: Experiences of Just Spaces by Victim-Survivors of Sexual Violence

    Hildur Fjóla Antonsdóttir, 2020 Oct 1, In: Social and Legal Studies. 29, 5, p. 718-744 27 p.

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  3. Precarious Times for Central Asian Migrants in Russia

    Sherzod Eraliev & Rustam Urinboyev, 2020 Sep 21, In: Current History. 119, 819, p. 258-263 6 p.

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  4. The Materiality of Data as Property

    Jannice Käll, 2020 Apr 24, In: Harvard International Law Journal. Frontiers, 11 p.

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  5. Implementing the law of khul’ in Egypt: Tensions and ambiguities in Muslim Family Law

    Monika Lindbekk, 2020, In: Hawwa. 18, 3, p. 265–294

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  6. You never fake alone. Creative AI in action

    Katja de Vries, 2020, In: Information, Communication & Society. 23, 14, p. 2110-2127 18 p.

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  7. Introduction

    Susanne Dahlgren & Monika Lindbekk, 2020, In: Hawwa. 18, 2-3, p. 117-142 26 p.

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  8. Kill Your Favorite Dish: Examining the Role of New Carnivorism in perpetuating Meat Eating

    Marie Leth-Espensen & Mathias Elrød Madsen, 2019 Sep 5, In: Society & Animals. p. 1-17 17 p.

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  9. Legal Silencing of Minority Legal Culture: The Case of Roma in Swedish Criminal Courts

    Ida Nafstad, 2019, In: Social & Legal Studies. 28, 6, p. 839-858 20 p.

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  10. Beyond state regulation of informality: understanding access to public space by street vendors in Bogotá

    Ana Maria Vargas Falla & Sandra Valencia Mosquera, 2019, In: International Development Planning Review. 41, 1, p. 85-105

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  11. Filling Gaps in legislation: The Use of Fiqh by Contemporary Courts in Morocco, Egypt, and Indonesia

    Monika Lindbekk, Baudouin Dupret, Ayang Utriza Yakin & Adil Bouhya, 2019, In: Islamic Law and Society. 26, 4, p. 405-436 32 p.

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  12. Иш ҳақини норасмий равишда тўлаш: қонун, амалиёт, муаммо ва ечим

    Shuxrat Rakhmanov, 2019, In: Одиллик мезони. 4-5, p. 26-31 6 p.

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  13. Företags försvar vid anklagelser om brott – betydelsen av den nordiska kontexten

    Janne Flyghed & Isabel Schoultz, 2019, In: Nordisk tidsskrift for kriminalvidenskab. 106, 3, p. 297 314 p.

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  14. Targeted by Persuasion: Military Uniform and the Legal Matter of Killing in War

    Amin Parsa & Mahmoud Keshavarz, 2019, In: Law Text Culture . 23, p. 223-239

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  15. Expertkunskap i rättegång - En rättssociologisk studie

    Eva Friis & Karsten Åström, 2018 Dec 2, In: Juridisk tidskrift vid Stockholms Universitet. 2018-19, 2, p. 344-371 28 p.

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  16. Negotiating Spaces and the Public–Private Boundary: Language Policies Versus Language Use Practices in Odessa

    Abel Polese, Rustam Urinboyev, Tanel Kerikmae & Sarah Murru, 2018 Sep 19, In: Space and Culture. 17 p.

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  17. Punk Shamanism, revolt and break-up of traditional linkage: The waves of cultural production in post-Soviet Kazakhstan

    Diana Kudaibergenova, 2018 Aug, In: European Journal of Cultural Studies. 21, 4, p. 435-451

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  18. The Life of the Law in the Islamic Republic of Iran

    Reza Banakar & Ziaee Keyvan, 2018 Jun 26, In: Iranian Studies. 51, 5, p. 717-746 29 p.

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  19. Double-Thinking and Contradictory Arrangements in Iranian Law and Society

    Reza Banakar, 2018 May, In: Digest of Middle East Studies. 27, 1, p. 6-33 27 p., 27(1).

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  20. Authors and Authoritarianism in Central Asia: Failed Agency and Nationalising Authoritarianism in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan

    Diana T. Kudaibergenova & Boram Shin, 2018 Apr 3, In: Asian Studies Review. 42, 2, p. 304-322

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  21. Misunderstanding Abai and the Legacy of the Canon: “Neponyanii” and “Neponyatii” Abai in Contemporary Kazakhstan

    Diana Kudaibergenova, 2018, In: Journal of Eurasian Studies. 9, 1, p. 20-29

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  22. “My Silk Road to You”: Re-imagining routes, roads, and geography in contemporary art of “Central Asia”

    Diana T. Kudaibergenova, 2017 Jan 1, In: Journal of Eurasian Studies. 8, 1, p. 31-43 13 p.

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  23. Expert Knowledge as a Condition of the Rhetorical Situation in Criminal Cases.

    Eva Friis & Karsten Åström, 2017, In: Oslo Law Review. 4, 1-2017, p. 28-47 20 p.

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  24. Expert knowledge as a Condition of the Rhetorical Situation in Cases Concerning Compulsory Care of Children

    Eva Friis, 2017, In: Retfærd: Nordisk juridisk tidsskrift. 40, 3-4, p. 169-181 13 p.

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