The American court system is making increasing use of sociologists as expert witnesses. From toxic torts to religious cults and brainwashing, sociological knowledge is becoming increasingly more commonplace in the legal arena. This edited volume is a collection of the experiences of sociologists who have appeared as expert witnesses in a variety of court cases. Many of the cases covered in this book revolve around central issues of murder, self-defense, religious cults, battered women, child pornography, environmentalism, and homelessness. This volume is unique in its breadth of topics and contributions.Robinson, M. 1985. Case Studies of Effective Management Practices Within Public Housing Agencies. ... Final report for the New Orleans Housing Authority of New Orleans and C.J. Brown Property Management Company. New Orleans, LA:anbsp;...
|Title||:||Witnessing for Sociology|
|Author||:||Pamela Jenkins, J. Stephen Kroll-Smith|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1996-01-01|