- Title Pages
- General Editor’s Preface
- Table of Cases
- Table of Statutes
- Law in Popular Culture
- Law and Film Studies: Autonomy and Theory
- Where the Wild Things Really Are: Children’s Literature and the Law*
- The Absence of Contradiction and the Contradiction of Absence: Law, Ethics and the Holocaust
- Law’s Enchantment: The Cinematic Jurisprudence of Krzysztof Kieslowski
- When Celluloid Lawyers Started to Speak: Exploring Juriscinema’s First Golden Age
- Emergency! Send a TV Show to Rescue Paramedic Services!
- Procedural Unfairness in Real and Film Trials: Why do Audiences Understand Stories Placed in Foreign Legal Systems?
- Military Justice in American Film and Television Drama: Starting Points for Ideological Criticism
- Courtroom Sketching: Reflections on History, Law and the Image1
- What Movies Can Teach Law Students
- Popular Fiction and Domestic Law: East Lynne, Justice, and the ‘Ordeal of the Undecidable’
- Law’s Agent: Cultivated Citizen or Popular Savage? The Crash of the Moral Mirror
- Law’s Diabolical Romance: Reflections on a New Jurisprudence of the Sublime
- Re-Imagining the Practice of Law: Popular Twentieth-Century Fiction by American Lawyer/Authors
- The Materiality of Symbols: JG Ballard and Jurisprudence: Law, Image, Reproduction
- L’œuil qui pense: The Emotive as Grounds for the Pensive in Phenomenological Reflection
- Doing Time and Doing It in Style
- Why Law Needs Pop: Global Law and Global Music?
- Badfellas: Movie Psychos, Popular Culture, and Law
- Reel Violence: Popular Culture and Concerns about Capital Punishment in Contemporary American Society
- Public and Private Eyes
- Seeing Blind Spots: Corporate Misconduct in Film and Law
- Repressed Memory Revisited: Popular Culture’s Impact on the Law—Psychotherapy Debate
- What Law Cannot Give: From the Queen to the Chief Executive
- It’s about This: Lesbians, Prison, Desire
- ‘Juliet and Juliet Would be More My Cup of Tea’: Sexuality, Law, and Popular Culture1
- Image as Evidence and Mediation: The Experience of the Nuremberg Trials
- Film, Culture and Accountability for Human Rights Abuses
- Science Fiction as a World Tribunal
- Neoliberalism, Shopping Malls and the End of ‘Property’?
- ‘Do You Want Fries With That?’ The Franchise as a Cultural and Legal Phenomenon
- Legal Negotiation in Popular Culture: What Are We Bargaining For?
- Popular Culture and the American Adversarial Ideology
- The Double Meaning of Law: Does it Matter if Film Lawyers are Unethical?
- Adaptation: What Post-Conviction Relief Practitioners in Death Penalty Cases Might Learn From Popular Storytellers About Narrative Persuasion
- Narrative Determination and the Figure of the Judge
Law in Popular Culture
Law in Popular Culture
- (p.1) Law in Popular Culture
- Law and Popular Culture
- Oxford University Press
This introductory explains the coverage of this book, which is about the history of law's engagement with popular culture. It suggests that this engagement goes back in the mists of time, to the Old Testament, perhaps beyond, and it reached a crescendo in Ancient Greece. And during the 17th and 18th centuries, the literature became filled with images of law, lawyers, and legal practice. This book presents a collection of chapters which examines the representation of law in literature, motion pictures, and television drama.
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