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by Sally Falk Moore


Sally Falk Moore is professor of anthropology emerita at Harvard University and affiliated professor at Harvard Law School.

Sally Falk Moore is professor of anthropology emerita at Harvard University and affiliated professor at Harvard Law School. A specialist in legal and political anthropology, she has done fieldwork in East Africa and consulting in West Africa. Her books include Law as Process, Social Facts and Fabrications ; "Customary" Law on Kilimanjaro, 1880-1980 ; Anthropology and Africa ; and Law and Anthropology: A Reader.

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In this book, Sally Falk Moore examines a hundred years . .Law as Process: An Anthropological Approach (Classics in African Anthropology) (This is a study of the role of law in African society ) .

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Sally Falk Moore (born 1924) is a legal anthropologist and Professor Emerita at Harvard University. Law As Process: An Anthropological Approach London ; Boston: Routledge & K. Paul, 1978. She did her major fieldwork in Tanzania and has published extensively on cross-cultural, comparative legal theory. Moore was trained as a lawyer at Columbia Law school and, after working on Wall Street, became a staff attorney at the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg during the investigation of Nazi war criminals. Social Facts and Fabrications : "Customary" Law on Kilimanjaro, 1880-1980 (Lewis Henry Morgan Lectures).

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Sally Falk Moore did not leave anthropology in a year but went on to.outlined in her 1978 book Law as Process; An Anthropological Approach.

Sally Falk Moore did not leave anthropology in a year but went on to become one of the world’s most influential scholars of legal anthropology. By her own description, it was not always an easy road. Among Professor Moore’s most significant works is her stunningly original 1973 article on the semi-autonomous social field, a term that she coined to describe diverse, overlapping arenas of legal and social action that stood in dynamic relation to state law. The concept, which continues to be influential, formed part of Moore’s processual approach to the study of law and legal systems, further outlined in her 1978 book Law as Process; An Anthropological Approach.

This is a study of the role of law in African society. It is a work in the ethnology of law. Its central theme is that the same social processes which prevent the total regulation of society are those that re-shape and transform the efforts to regulate. Sally Falk Moore's study was originally published in 1978. New edition published in association with the International African Institute Germany: Lit Verlag; North America: Transaction Books
Law as process: An anthropological approach ebook
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Sally Falk Moore
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Routledge & K. Paul; First Edition edition (1978)
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