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- DescriptionIn The Limits of the Rule of Law in China, fourteen authors from different academic disciplines reflect on questions that have troubled Chinese and Western scholars of jurisprudence since classical times. Using data from the early 19th century through the contemporary period, they analyze how tension between formal laws and discretionary judgment is discussed and manifested in the Chinese context. The contributions cover a wide range of topics, from interpreting the rationale for and legacy of Qing practices of collective punishment, confession at trial, and bureaucratic supervision to assessing the political and cultural forces that continue to limit the authority of formal legal institutions in the Peoples Republic of China.
- Author BiographyKaren Turner is professor and department chair of history at Holy Cross College. James V. Feinerman is James M. Morita Professor of Asian Legal Studies at Georgetown University. R. Kent Guy is professor emeritus of history at the University of Washington. Other contributors are William P. Alford, Alison W. Conner, Jack L. Dull, Tahirih V. Lee, Jonathan K. Ocko, Pitman B. Potter, Claudia Ross, Lester Ross, Yuanyuan Shen, Joanna Waley-Cohen, and Margaret Y. K. Woo.
- PublisherUniversity of Washington Press
- Date of Publication01/08/1999
- SubjectLaw: General & Reference
- Series TitleAsian Law Series
- Series Part/Volume NumberNo.14
- Place of PublicationWashington
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintUniversity of Washington Press
- Content Notenotes, index
- Weight672 g
- Width161 mm
- Height237 mm
- Spine26 mm
- Edited byJames V. Feinerman,Karen Turner,R. Kent Guy
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