The book when law goes pop the vanishing line between law and popular culture richard k sherwin is published by university of chicago press when law goes pop the vanishing line between law and popular culture sherwin. When law goes pop is the first book length appraisal of the impact of popular culture on the criminal justice system in the united states written by a legal theorist. This item when law goes pop the vanishing line between law and popular culture by richard k sherwin paperback cdn4493 available to ship in 1 2 days ships from and sold by amazonca. When law goes pop is a rich and erudite critique of law as popular culture it is a call to be alert to the deleterious effects of what another scholar doug reed has called the juridico entertainment complex and a timely reminder of what is at stake jr. When law goes pop examines these questions and offers some pessimistic answers according to the author current trends in popular culture threaten to undermine public confidence in the legal system richard sherwin a professor of law at new york university thinks that boundaries between law and pop are rapidly disappearing
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