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See Alan Hunt, “Law, Community, and Everyday Life: Yngvesson’s Virtuous Citizens and Disruptive Subjects,” Law and Social Inquiry 21 (1996): 178–179. 20. Austin Sarat, “ ‘. . The Law Is All Over’: Power, Resistance, and the Legal Consciousness of the Welfare Poor,” Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities 2 (1988): 343. See also John Brigham, “Seeing Jurisdiction” (paper, annual meeting of the Law and Society Association, Montreal, May 29–June 1, 2008). 21. Other scholars whose work is identified with this framework are: Kristin Bumiller, In an Abusive State (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2008) and The Civil Rights Society (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1988); Efren Rivera-Ramos, who studied the constitution of identity in Puerto Rico; Alan Hunt, Explorations in Law and Society (New York: Routledge, 1993), his early work on the sociological study of ideology; Rosemary Coombe (see, for instance, “The Properties of Culture and the Politics of Possessing Identity: Native Claims in the Cultural Appropriation Controversy,” Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence 6 : 249–285); and Dragan Milovanovic and Stuart Henry (see Constitutive Criminology at Work [Albany: State University of New York Press, 1999]), who remain focused on the enterprise.
35. , 124–125. 36. Ibid. See also Karl Klare, “Judicial Deradicalization of the Wagner Act and the Origins of Modern Legal Consciousness,” Minnesota Law Review 62 (1978): 265. 37. Ibid. 38. Ibid. ”41 He pointed to research that found the basic elements of formal legal rules of property and contract internalized by lay people and routinely applied in contexts remote from ofﬁcials and courts. This observation likened constitutive theory to socio-legal scholarship. ”42 Legal scholars have long been conﬁdent that the structures familiar to lawyers stand behind many of the ways ordinary people think about the world.
30. , University of Michigan, 2004). 31. , xi. 32. Isaac D. Balbus, The Dialectics of Legal Repression: Black Rebels Before the American Criminal Courts (New York: Russell Sage, 1973); Isaac D. S. 33 In February of 1978, at the ﬁrst critical legal studies (CLS) conference, Karl Klare drew on the work of E. P. Thompson and Douglas Hay, whose legal history sought to establish a place between the ideal and the real in law. 38 This was merely a glimpse at constitutive possibilities. Within a few months Klare and the other Crits from that period had jettisoned “lawmaking as praxis” in favor of realism.