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Gerhard, U, ‘Women’s Experiences of Injustice: Some Methodological Problems and Empirical Findings of Legal Research’, Social & Legal Studies, 1993, 2(3), 303-21 0

Gerhard, U, ‘Women’s Experiences of Injustice: Some Methodological Problems and Empirical Findings of Legal Research’, Social & Legal Studies, 1993, 2(3), 303-21

Morris, W, “Theology without Words”, 2008, Ashgate 0

Morris, W, “Theology without Words”, 2008, Ashgate

3 The Deaf community does not include everyone in society who has a hearing loss. The RNID suggests that one in every seven people in society lives with some level of hearing impairment, which...

Slater, M, and Mason, J, “Writing law dissertations :an introduction and guide to the conduct of legal research”, 2007, Pearson Education Limited 0

Slater, M, and Mason, J, “Writing law dissertations :an introduction and guide to the conduct of legal research”, 2007, Pearson Education Limited

34 Legal researchers have to take into account ‘the intellectual tension’ and ‘discernible friction’ between ‘black-letter academic lawyers using traditional modes of legal analysis’, and ‘those who would classify themselves as interdisciplinary scholars using...

McConville, M & Hong Chui, W, “Research Methods for Law”, Edinburgh University Press, 2007 0

McConville, M & Hong Chui, W, “Research Methods for Law”, Edinburgh University Press, 2007

1 Legal scholarship has historically followed two broad traditions. The first, commonly called ‘black-letter law’, focuses heavily, if not exclusively, upon the law itself as an internal self-sustaining set of principles which can be...