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Religion and legal pluralism
LCC: K3280 .R4285 2015 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 342.08/52 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2014046385
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Table Of Contents
The impossible compromise / Russell Sandberg
In practice
Religion and the state : recognition, regulation and facilitation / Mark Hill QC
Turbulent priests : how the Church of England disciplines its errant clergy / Christopher Smith
Who regulates marriage? : the case of religious marriage and divorce / Gillian Douglas
Quakers and the campaign for same sex marriage / Frank Cranmer
The use of experts in the Roman Catholic canon law of marriage / Eithne D'Auria
Religious symbols and the making of contemporary religious identities / Sylvie Bacquet
Particular issues
Quasi-law and religion / David Pocklington
Legal pluralism, religious conservatism / Amina Hussain
Internet-based new religious movements and dispute resolution / Beth Singler
Religious pluralism as a legal principle / Dorota A Gozdecka
In theory
What do you believe? ; taxonomy of a subjective legal pluralism / Amy R Codling
Public space, private face : veiling as a challenge for legal reasoning / Celia Kenny
Principles of a secularist pluralism / Margaret Davies
Religious law as a social system / Russell Sandberg
Appendix: Non-Statutory Courts and Tribunals (Consent to Jurisdicion) Bill / Russell Sandberg and Frank Cranmer.
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Sandberg, Russell, Religion and legal pluralism