June 21, 2011

Resistance To Law

Richard A. Brisbin, West Virginia University, has published Resistance to Legality at
6 Annual Review of Law and Social Science 25 (2010). Here is the abstract.

The contingency of legality creates opportunities for individuals and collective associations to oppose its norms and requirements. This article examines the context and dimensions of resistance or opposition to legality, why resistance occurs, the strategies and tactics used to conduct resistance, the outcomes of acts of resistance, and whether resistance is a meaningful social and political activity.
The full text is not available from SSRN.

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