The Internal/External Distinction and the Notion of a ‘Practice’
This chapter discusses the internal and external distinction and how it affects socio-legal studies. The Internal view of law is having a first person view of the issues and implementation of such laws. The External view on the other hand, is focused on observing another on how he or she implements such law. The debate between these two distinctions is very important especially in the field of socio-legal studies. In defining the notion of a ‘Practice’ different meanings are provided by the followers of these distinctions.
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