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Why do some people not hesitate to call the police to quiet a barking dog in the middle of the night, while others accept the pain and losses associated with defective products, unsuccesful surgery, and discrimination? Patricia Ewick and Susan Silbey collected accounts of the law from more than four hundred people of diverse backgrounds in order to explore the different ways that people use and experience it. Their fascinating and original study identifies three common narratives of law that are captured in the stories people tell. One narrative is based on an idea of the law as magisterial and remote. Another views the law as a game with rules that can be manipulated to one's advantage. A third narrative describes the law as an arbitrary power that is actively resisted. Drawing on these extensive case studies, Ewick and Silbey present individual experiences interwoven with an analysis that charts a coherent and compelling theory of legality. A groundbreaking study of law and narrative, The Common Place of Law depicts the institution as it is lived: strange and familiar, imperfect and ordinary, and at the center of daily life.

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Why do some people not hesitate to call the police to quiet a barking dog in the middle of the

night, while others accept the pain and losses associated with defective products, unsuccesful

surgery, and discrimination? Patricia Ewick and Susan Silbey collected accounts of the law from

more than four hundred people of diverse backgrounds in order to explore the different ways that

people use and experience it. Their fascinating and original study identifies three common

narratives of law that are captured in the stories people tell. One narrative is based on an idea of

the law as magisterial and remote. Another views the law as a game with rules that can be

manipulated to one's advantage. A third narrative describes the law as an arbitrary power that is

actively resisted. Drawing on these extensive case studies, Ewick and Silbey present individual

experiences interwoven with an analysis that charts a coherent and compelling theory of legality. A

groundbreaking study of law and narrative, The Common Place of Law depicts the institution as it

is lived: strange and familiar, imperfect and ordinary, and at the center of daily life.


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Pages : 336 pages

Publisher : University of Chicago Press

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ISBN-10 : 0226227448

ISBN-13 : 9780226227443

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Why do some people not hesitate to call the police to quiet a barking dog in the middle of

the night, while others accept the pain and losses associated with defective products,

unsuccesful surgery, and discrimination? Patricia Ewick and Susan Silbey collected accounts

of the law from more than four hundred people of diverse backgrounds in order to explore

the different ways that people use and experience it. Their fascinating and original study

identifies three common narratives of law that are captured in the stories people tell. One

narrative is based on an idea of the law as magisterial and remote. Another views the law

as a game with rules that can be manipulated to one's advantage. A third narrative

describes the law as an arbitrary power that is actively resisted. Drawing on these

extensive case studies, Ewick and Silbey present individual experiences interwoven with an

analysis that charts a coherent and compelling theory of legality. A groundbreaking study of

law and narrative, The Common Place of Law depicts the institution as it is lived: strange

and familiar, imperfect and ordinary, and at the center of daily life.


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