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Future directions in law and popular culture : a British perspective

Robson, Peter (2018) Future directions in law and popular culture : a British perspective. In: Handbook of Communication in the Legal Sphere. Handbooks of Applied Linguistics . De Gruyter, Berlin, pp. 339-370. ISBN 9781614516699

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    Abstract

    An outline and critique of the development of the scholarship on law and popular culture from literature and film through to television. An analysis of the methodological problems in the field and a guide to how these issues might be addressed through coverage of the judicial role on British television.