Blog: Frontiers of Socio-Legal Studies
In this week’s Frontiers of Socio-Legal Studies, Anushka Mittal discusses interviews with former employees as one method to access data when a corporate environment restricts research access. Read
Professor Linda Mulcahy interviews Professor David Sugarman for Ask the Author
Professor Linda Mulcahy talks to Dr Keina Yoshida about her recently published book (co-authored with Jennifer Robinson), How Many More Women, and feminist socio-legal methodologies.
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Doing fieldwork on (nearly) your home turf has its advantages, however. Sometimes the things we're most familiar with are those we most take for granted, and the way law and policy are made in the UK is a good example. I had an opportunity to get behind the legislation and the headlines and find out what has driven changing ideas about human trafficking in the UK over the past fifteen years - Owain Johnstone