Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 197-217) and index.
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Legal forms : toward a constitutive theory. The constitutive dimension, Beyond symbolism and pluralism, Laws and interests, Discursive practices Rights to profligacy? : sex and AIDS, the early years. Rights as practice, rights movements, gay rights and AIDS; Laws and social relations Professions of realism : an institutional form, Ideologies in a profession; The Realist tradition, Contemporary manifestations; Posititivism as the academy Remedial law : the ideology of informalism. Law reform as form of law. The Pound conferences, Family mediation alternatives, difference and the state Radical legal consciousness : sex and rage. Consciousness rising; Radicalism as law's form, Dworkin the early rage, law, class, and consciousness The Constitution of interests : rethinking legalism. Intellectuals and politics; Positivism's hierarchies; Institutional hegemony; Legal politics.