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2013

Samuels, Harriet (2013) Feminist legal theory. In: Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max, (eds.) Law and social theory, 2nd ed. Hart, Oxford, pp. 129-146. ISBN 9781849463812

2012

Banakar, Reza and Nasrolahi Fard, Shahrad (2012) Driving dangerously: law, culture and driving habits in Iran. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 39 (2). pp. 241-257. ISSN 1353-0194

2011

Banakar, Reza (2011) Having ones cake and eating it: the paradox of contextualisation in socio-legal research. International Journal of Law in Context, 7 (4). pp. 487-503. ISSN 1744-5523

Banakar, Reza (2011) The sociology of law: from industrialisation to globalisation. Sociopedia.isa .

2010

Banakar, Reza, ed. (2010) Rights in context: law and justice in late modern society. Ashgate, Farnham. ISBN 9781409407393

D'Souza, Radha (2010) The 'rights' conundrum: poverty of philosophy amongst poverty. In: Banakar, Reza, (ed.) Rights in context: law and justice in late modern society. Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 55-69. ISBN 9781409407393

Banakar, Reza (2010) Introduction: snapshots of the rights discourse. In: Banakar, Reza, (ed.) Rights in context: law and justice in late modern society. Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 1-18. ISBN 9781409407393

Banakar, Reza (2010) Pre-empting terrorism? Two case studies of the UK's anti-terrorism legislation. In: Banakar, Reza, (ed.) Rights in context: law and justice in late modern society. Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 193-214. ISBN 9781409407393

Banakar, Reza (2010) Law, rights and justice in late modern society: a tentative theoretical framework. In: Banakar, Reza, (ed.) Rights in context: law and justice in late modern society. Ashgate, Farnham, pp. 19-40. ISBN 9781409407393

Banakar, Reza (2010) In search of Heimat: a note on Franz Kafka's concept of law. Law and Literature, 22 (3). pp. 463-490. ISSN 1535-685X

McClean, Emma (2010) Human security and international law: much ado about nothing? In: Banakar, Reza, (ed.) Rights in context: law and justice in late modern society. Ashgate, pp. 253-276. ISBN 9781409407393

Samuels, Harriet (2010) Women, culture and human rights: feminist interventions in human rights law? In: Banakar, Reza, (ed.) Rights in context: law and justice in late modern society. Ashgate, pp. 317-332. ISBN 9781409407393

2009

Banakar, Reza (2009) Law through sociology’s looking glass: conflict and competition in sociological studies of law. In: Denis, Ann and Kalekin-Fishman, Devorah, (eds.) The ISA handbook in contemporary sociology. Sage studies in international sociology . Sage, London, pp. 58-73. ISBN 9781412934633

Banakar, Reza (2009) Power, culture and method in comparative law: a review essay of Comparative Law: a Handbook, Esin Orucu & David Nelken, eds., Hart Publishing, 2007. International Journal of Law in Context, 5 (1). pp. 69-85. ISSN 1744-5523

2008

Banakar, Reza (2008) Poetic injustice: a case study of the UK's anti-terrorism legislation. Retfærd: The Nordic Journal of Law and Justice, 31 (3/112). pp. 69-90. ISSN 0902-7351

Banakar, Reza (2008) The politics of legal cultures. Retfærd: Nordic Journal of Law and Justice, 31 (4). pp. 37-60. ISSN 0902-7351

Banakar, Reza (2008) Whose experience is the measure of justice? Legal Ethics, 10 (2). pp. 209-222. ISSN 1460-728X

Banakar, Reza (2008) The politics of legal cultures. Retfærd: The Nordic Journal of Law and Justice, 31 (4/123). pp. 37-60. ISSN 0902-7351

2007

Banakar, Reza (2007) Review of D. J. Galligan’s Law in Modern Society. Retfaerd, 30 (3/118). pp. 83-89. ISSN 0105-1121

Banakar, Reza and Flood, John and Webb, Julian and Whyte, Avis (2007) Case assignment in English courts. In: Langbroek, Philip M. and Fabri, Marco, (eds.) The right judge for each case: a study of case assignment and impartiality in six European judiciaries. Ius commune Europaeum (57). Intersentia, Antwerp ; Oxford, pp. 133-187. ISBN 9789050956505

Banakar, Reza (2007) Georges Gurvitch. In: Clark, David S., (ed.) Encyclopedia of law and society: American and global perspectives. Sage Publications, Thousand Island, CA, p. 681. ISBN 9780761923879

Banakar, Reza (2007) Law, race and ethnicity. In: Clark, David S., (ed.) Encyclopedia of law and society: American and global perspectives. Sage Publications, Thousand Island, CA, pp. 125-169. ISBN 9780761923879

Banakar, Reza (2007) Sociological jurisprudence. In: Clark, David S., (ed.) Encyclopedia of law and society: American and global perspectives. Sage Publications, Thousand Island, CA, p. 1410. ISBN 9780761923879

2006

Banakar, Reza (2006) Integrating reciprocal perspectives: on Georges Gurvitch's theory of immediate jural experience. In: Cotterrell, Roger, (ed.) Law, culture and society: legal ideas in the mirror of social theory. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK. ISBN 0754625117

Banakar, Reza (2006) Can sociology and jurisprudence learn from each other? A reply to Mauro Zamboni. Jurist: Nordic Journal of Law and Practice, 113 (2/29). ISSN 0105-1121

Banakar, Reza (2006) Review: "A life of H.L.A. Hart: the nightmare of the noble dream, by Nicola Lacey. Jurist: Nordic Journal of Law and Practice, 113 (2/29). ISSN 0105-1121

2005

Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max, eds. (2005) Theory and method in socio-legal research. Onati international series in law and society . Hart, Oxford, UK. ISBN 1841136263

Banakar, Reza (2005) Book review of 'The policy of law: a legal theoretical framework' by Mauro Zamboni (Stockholm: Stockholm University Press). Retfaerd, 111 (4/28). pp. 82-87. ISSN 0105-1121

Boon, Andrew (2005) The formalisation of research ethics. In: Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max, (eds.) Theory and method in socio-legal research. Hart, Oxford, UK, pp. 301-326. ISBN 1841136263

Flood, John (2005) Socio-legal ethnography. In: Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max, (eds.) Theory and method in socio-legal research. Hart, Oxford, UK, pp. 33-48. ISBN 1841136263

Flood, John and Banakar, Reza and Webb, Julian and Whyte, Avis (2005) Internal case assignment in England. In: Fabri, Marco and Langbroek, Philip M., (eds.) Internal case assignment. A report on a comparative study into the rules and practices of case distribution in courts in five countries. University of Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands, pp. 63-134.

Banakar, Reza (2005) Book review of 'Race, law, resistance' by Patricia Tuitt (London, The GlassHouse Press, 2004, 134 pp., £25.00). Journal of Law and Society, 32 (4). pp. 648-652. ISSN 0263-323X

2004

Banakar, Reza (2004) When do rights matter? A case study of the right to equal treatment in Sweden. In: Halliday, Simon and Schmidt, Patrick, (eds.) Human rights brought home: socio-legal perspectives on human rights in the national context. Hart Publishing, Oxford, UK, pp. 165-184. ISBN 1841133884

2003

Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max (2003) Introduction. In: Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max, (eds.) Theory and method in socio-legal research. Onati international series in law and society . Hart, Oxford, UK, ix-xvi. ISBN 1841136263

Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max (2003) Law, sociology and method. In: Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max, (eds.) Theory and method in socio-legal research. Onati international series in law and society . Hart, Oxford, UK, pp. 1-31. ISBN 1841136263

Banakar, Reza (2003) Studying cases empirically: a sociological method for studying discrimination cases in Sweden. In: Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max, (eds.) Theory and method in socio-legal research. Onati international series in law and society . Hart, Oxford, UK, pp. 139-159. ISBN 1841136263

Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max (2003) Ethnography and law: introduction to section two. In: Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max, (eds.) Theory and method in socio-legal research. Onati international series in law and society . Hart, Oxford, UK, pp. 69-74. ISBN 1841136263

Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max (2003) Studying legal texts: introduction to section three. In: Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max, (eds.) Theory and method in socio-legal research. Onati international series in law and society . Hart, Oxford, UK, pp. 133-137. ISBN 1841136263

Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max (2003) Structural approaches: introduction to section four. In: Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max, (eds.) Theory and method in socio-legal research. Onati international series in law and society . Hart, Oxford, UK, pp. 195-201. ISBN 1841136263

Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max (2003) Studying legal cultures: introduction to section five. In: Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max, (eds.) Theory and method in socio-legal research. Onati international series in law and society . Hart, Oxford, UK, pp. 239-243. ISBN 1841136263

Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max (2003) Socio-legal research in the UK: introduction to section six. In: Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max, (eds.) Theory and method in socio-legal research. Onati international series in law and society . Hart, Oxford, UK, pp. 279-282. ISBN 1841136263

Banakar, Reza (2003) Merging law and sociology: beyond the dichotomies in socio-legal research. Mobility and norm change, 5 . Galda and Wilch, Berlin, Germany. ISBN 9783931397470

2002

Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max, eds. (2002) An introduction to law and social theory. Hart, Oxford, UK. ISBN 1841132098

Banakar, Reza (2002) Sociological jurisprudence. In: Banakar, Reza and Travers, Max, (eds.) An introduction to law and social theory. Hart, Oxford, UK, pp. 33-49. ISBN 1841132098

2001

Banakar, Reza (2001) Integrating reciprocal perspectives: on Gurvitch's theory of immediate jural experience. Canadian Journal of Law and Society, 16 (1-2). pp. 67-91. ISSN 0829-3201

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