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English Law and Language
저자: Frances Russell and Christine Locke  |  출판사: Prentice Hall
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정가 : 37,000원
판매가 : 33,300원(할인율 10.0%)
적립금 : 1,700원 (판매가격의 5% 적립)
ISBN : 9780132804547
페이지 : 300쪽
판형 : 170*244mm
출간일 : 1995
배송비 :
주문수량 : 권/개





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1 Central features of the English legal system & Answers to questions
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English Law and Language has been written for foreign students who require a knowledge of the English legal system and the associated skills of legal reasoning and argument.

It is particularly relevant for students with no previous knowledge of the English legal system including:

  • students attending a higher education institution overseas whose studies require a background knowledge of the English legal system
  • students with an upper intermediate level of English wishing to apply to a British institution of higher education to study law
  • students studying law at pre–degree or undergraduate level at a British institution of higher education.

The book presents the central features of the English legal system including the constitution, sources of law, the function of the courts, the judiciary and the jury, and the provision of legal services. It then looks at substantive law, both civil and criminal, and ends with a survey of law reform and the effect of European community law on the existing systems. Throughout, there are general introductions, authentic case studies and a variety of exercises that develop both language and analytical skills – a necessary part of legal studies.

There is a bibliography for further reading, a vocabulary list of essential terms and an answer key for students studying without a teacher. Frances Russell, BA, is lecturer in Law and tutor to the Preparatory Course at the University of Reading; she is a Senior Examiner ('A' level Law) with the Oxford Delegacy of Local Examinations.

Christine Locke, MA, BA, is lecturer in English as a Foreign Language and tutor to the Preparatory Course at the University of Reacting.

Contents:

Preface
Acknowledgements
List of abbreviations
Table of cases

1 Central features of the English legal system
Legal content:
1.1 The characteristics of English law
1.2 Common law and equity
1.3 Classifications of law
Language content:
Grammar: grammatical terms – noun, verb, adjective, adverb; identifying different grammatical forms of lexical items in texts; use of prepositions
Oral function: asking for meaning of words
Vocabulary: dictionary use; recognising dictionary order of words; finding appropriate (legal) meaning of words

2 The constitution
Legal content:
2.1 Definition and purpose
2.2 Characteristics of the British constitution
2.3 The constitutional role of the judiciary
2.4 Evaluation
Language content:
Grammar: dealing with complex sentences (using signpost words); constructions of the type 'ought not to have taken...’
Vocabulary: inferencing meaning from context; forming antonyms (un–, in–, il–, im–)
Oral function: asking for repetition
Study skills: notemaking symbols

3 Sources of law
Legal content:
3.1 Case law
3.2 Statute law
Language content:
Grammar: decoding long sentences (by identifying main clause); 'so' as a pro–form; unreal conditionals
Vocabulary: Latin plurals; adjectival suffixes
Study skills: bibliographical references

Revision 1: Legal knowledge and legal skills
4 The courts
Legal content:
4.1 Classification of the courts
4.2 The civil courts
4.3 The criminal courts
4.4 Tribunals and arbitration
Language content:
Grammar: long noun phrases
Vocabulary.' dictionary use – using guidewords; verb + noun; noun collocations; negative affixes (–less, dis–, mis–)

5 The judiciary and the jury
Legal content:
5.1 The judicial hierarchy
5.2 The judicial function
5.3 The independence of the judiciary
5.4 The jury
Language content:
Grammar: subject—verb inversion for emphasis after certain adverbs
Vocabulary: dictionary use – choosing the right meaning
Study skills: interpreting non–linear data

6 The provision of legal services
Legal content:

6.1 The legal profession
6.2 The state funding of legal services
6.3 The unmet need for legal services
Language content:
Vocabulary: revision of prepositions
Oral function: presentation of arguments for and against
Study skills: use of signpost words to recognise arguments for and against

Revision 2: Legal knowledge and legal skills
7 Introduction to the law of contract
Legal content:
7.1 Introduction to contract
7.2 Offer and acceptance
7.3 Supermarket sales and ticket machines
7.4 Communication of acceptance
Language content:
Vocabulary: negative adjective forms (in–, un–)
Oral function: asking for the full form of abbreviations
Study skills: recognising arguments and counter–arguments

8 An introduction to criminal law
Legal content:
8.1 The nature of crime
8.2 Actus reus
8.3 Mens rea
8.4 The coincidence of actus reus and mens rea
Language content:
Grammar: 'pseudo–cleft' sentences; decoding long complex sentences by recognising parenthetical commas, conjunctions and relative clauses
Vocabulary: everyday words with specific legal meaning

9 Law reform
Legal content:
9.1 The nature of law reform
9.2 The process of law reform
9.3 A case study in law reform: liability for defective premises 9.4 The need for a Ministry of Justice?
Language content:
Grammar: use of the subjunctive after verbs of recom–mendation, demand, etc.; cohesion in a paragraph

10 The European dimension
Legal content:
10.1 The European Convention on Human Rights
10.2 Article 10: A case study on the Convention
10.3 The Convention as a Bill of Rights?
10.4 The institutions of the European Community
10.5 The law of the European Community
10.6 Article 119: A case study on the EEC Treaty
Language content:
Grammar: possessive adjectives + gerund; 'neither' + verb inversion; subjunctive in 'be it... or...'; subject –verb inversion in unreal conditionals
Vocabulary: verb + noun collocations

Answers to questions
Appendix A: The Courts and Legal Services Act 1990
Appendix B: Criminal Justice
Appendix C: The European Community
Bibliography
Glossary of legal terms
Index


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