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    • Weigelt, Enrico (2009)
      This research/analysis focuses on an empirical analysis of the practical criminal law and the success of suspended sentence. The foundation of the research form data sets from the Bundeszentralregister and the Erziehungsregister. ...
    • Komiyama, Hiroshi (2014)
      Sustainable Development; Energy Policy, Economics and Management; Energy Efficiency (incl. Buildings); Climate Change Management and Policy; Renewable and Green Energy; Environmental Engineering/Biotechnology
    • Schrallhammer, Martina (2021)
      In the past three decades, a stream of criminological inquiry has emerged which explores, measures, and theorizes crimes and harms to the environment at the micro-, mezzo-, and macro-levels. This “green criminology”, as ...
    • Höffler, Katrin, (2015)
      Das Sanktionenrecht ist derzeit Gegenstand zahlreicher Reformdiskussionen. Angestoßen durch Urteile des Europäischen Gerichtshofs für Menschenrechte und des Bundesverfassungsgerichts wurde das Recht der Sicherungsverwahrung ...
    • Kuntze, Johannes (2013)
      This doctoral thesis treats the membership law of churches and religious communities. It discusses the questions of which framework is given by national law, in which cases the rights of religious communities diverges from ...
    • Kuntze, Johannes (2013)
      This doctoral thesis treats the membership law of churches and religious communities. It discusses the questions of which framework is given by national law, in which cases the rights of religious communities diverges from ...
    • Abis, Sonia (2020-11-25)
    • TAU ANZOÁTEGUI, VÍCTOR (2021)
      The contemporary legal system, which has prevailed in the Western world since the 19th century, has cemented a discourse and its own way of conceiving the legal sphere. Since the end of the 18th century, legalistic and ...
    • Rajewsky, Alice (2000)
      The present thesis deliberately restricts its area of research in various ways. First, it will only investigate changes in vocabulary that represent semantic change or that can be related to changes in the speakers' attitudes ...
    • Series, Lucy (2020)
      In 2014 the UK Supreme Court was asked to rule on whether three people with intellectual disabilities were deprived of their liberty. Each of these people were living in 'post-carceral' care settings in the community: a ...
    • Ramos, Fernando Prieto (2019)
      This chapter highlights the relevance of text categorisation for research in legal translation by focusing on institutional translation settings, namely: the European Union (EU), the United Nations (UN) and the World ...
    • Cloatre, Emilie; Cowan, Dave (2018)
      This chapter reflects on what materiality-inflected methodologies1 can bring to an anthropology of law, and to legal studies more generally. Its starting point is an increasing attention across the social sciences and ...
    • Savulescu, Julian; Wilkinson, Dominic (2019)
      There are two broad schools of ethical theory: consequentialism and non-consequentialism. According to consequentialism, the right act is that act which has the best consequences. According to non-consequentialism, the ...
    • Cloatre, Emilie (2019)
      In this chapter, I explore the regulation of alternative and traditional medicine, in order to reflect on how particular temporalities shape, and are shaped by, the interface between law and medicine. This chapter makes ...
    • Cloatre, Emilie; Cowan, Dave (2019)
      Drawing on a range of approaches from the social sciences and humanities, this handbook explores theoretical and empirical perspectives that address the articulation of law in society, and the social character of the rule ...
    • Beynon-Jones, Siân M.; Grabham, Emily, (2019)
      In bringing together this collection on law’s relationship with time, our concern has been to register an increasing commitment among scholars across disciplines to shift such patterns of engagement. Our own research ...
    • Ambos, Kai (2018)
      En este libro presentamos los aportes realizados por Profesores y Docentes que han ofrecido módulos temáticos o clases magistrales en la Cuarta Escuela de Verano llevada a cabo por el Centro de Estudios de Derecho Penal y ...
    • Milán Paradela, Taymi; Rave Restrepo, Juan Camilo; Rodríguez Ramírez, Nathalia; Aldana Chala, María Alejandra; Mejía Restrepo, Andrés Fernando; Matallana Guerrero, Paula Nathalia; Muñoz Muñoz, Cristian Fernán; Gómez Agudelo, Dany Steven; Millán Otero, Katy Luz; Vásquez Santamaría, Jorge Eduardo; Naranjo Tamayo, Diana Catalina; López Franco, Luz Stella; Henao Mejía, Ángela María; Zuluaga Gómez, Juan Diego; Aguirre Espinosa, Juan Esteban; Fondo Editorial Universidad Católica Luis Amigó (2021-06-22)
    • Duttge, Gunnar,; Jun, Ji-Yun, (2019)
      In times of rapidly changing social worlds and an ever more fragile controllability of the law, international legal comparison obtains increasing relevance. Frequently, similar or even identical questions and problems must ...