Chapter 5: Law and glocalization
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The chapter intends to analyze the existing relationship between, law, globalization and grobalization. Having briefly illustrated the key concepts of globalization and grobalization, in order to examine the above relationship the chapter analyzes first the concepts of hybridity, mixity and diffusion as used in comparative law, in order to determine to which extent the same concepts as used in legal sociology cannot create misunderstandings. After having clarified all the key elements for the analysis, then the chapter focuses on how globalization and grobalization intersect with law, putting forward some related examples. The chapter ends with some conclusive remarks.

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