Edited by Rex Ahdar
Chapter 2: The sociological dimension of law and religion
In recent years, interdisciplinary approaches to legal subjects have become increasingly commonplace. At the same time, interest in the interaction between law and religion has blossomed. However, more often than not, law and religion has developed as an area of study within Law Schools. This chapter explores the interdisciplinary movement within law and religion studies with special reference to sociology.
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