Routledge studies in law, society, and popular culture ; 3.
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1. Law, legal education and popular culture / Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn 2. The case of Buffy the vampire slayer and the politics of legal education / Anthony Bradney 3. Peter's choice : issues of identity, lifestyle and consumption in changing representations of corporate lawyers and legal academics / Richard Collier 4. The media and public understanding of the law / Lieve Gies 5. Contextualizing the Football Disorder Act : proportionality under the hammer / Geoff Pearson 6. Sports and the countryside in the twenty-first century / Andrew Blake 7. Virtually foul or virtually fair? : FIFA, fair play and video gaming / Mark James 8. The juridification of sport / Ken Foster 9. The justice films of Sidney Lumet / Peter Robson 10. Gender, power and law in screwball comedy : re-viewing Talk of the town and Adam's rib / Peter Sanderson and Hilary Sommerlad 11. Five find treasure / Penny English 12. Contesting the ideology of hyphens : intellectual property, legal imperialism and the global music industry / Kwela Sabine Hermanns 13. The legal implications surrounding the practice of video sampling in the digital age / Yvonne Sarah Morris 14. Law, music and the creative process : who is now an author? / Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn.