Most of the contemporary scholarships of both literature and law categorize the coincidences and overlaps between an author’s literary work and his or her legal career, a given literary period and the same historical era of law and jurisprudence or between innumerable pieces of literature and the texts of the law merely as things of no real interest, curious facts that are not worthy of detailed academic analysis. While a point of view of this kind has its reasons the aim of the following paper is to change this attitude to a certain extent. In my opinion instead of talking about the “death of law and literature” we should consider the possibilites of (re)opening new ways of research for law and literature studies that may provide mutual benefits to both the representatives of legal and literary sciences. Hereinafter I will try to show why and how exploring the intertextual connections between the texts of law and those of literature seems to me the most fruitful endeavour to connect law and literature to each other.
Authors:Norbert Wikonkál, Patrícia Nagy, Béla Tóth, Márta Marschalkó, András Tislér, and Sarolta Kárpáti
Hannawi, B., Raghavan, R.: Syphilis and kidney disease: a case report and review of literature. Nephrology Rev., 2012, 4, e10.
Mora Mora, M. T., Gallego Domínguez, M. S., Castellano Cerviño, M. I., et al
Authors:Axelle Moreau, Henri Chabrol, and Emeline Chauchard
existing theoretical concepts about problem gambling behaviors, especially concerning money spent and lost, rationality, and control abilities ( Bjerg, 2010 ).
The purpose of this literature review is to provide a state-of-the-art on the knowledge
medical journals – a comparative analysis. Eur. J. Clin. Microbiol. Infect. Dis., 2012, 31 (10), 2585–2591.
Schubert, A., Somogyi, A.: Literature of research labeled as clinical. Trends, patterns and policy aspects
of Hungary’s NPS-related characteristics by searching the literature of the past 10 years, as 2007 was the first year when mephedrone entered the drug scene, followed by the burst of NPS drug market.
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and atherosclerosis [ 9 , 11–13 ].
Few studies have investigated the association between ABO blood groups and oral diseases, specifically PD. The aim of this literature review was to assess the association between the ABO blood grouping and PD
“Modern Chinese Literature” has many similar descriptions such as “Modern and Contemporary Chinese Literature”, “Chinese Literature
in the 20th Century”, and “New Chinese Literature”. The concept of “New Literature in Chinese Language” is a best choice to
define it, especially in the visual field of world literature. “New Literature in Chinese” contains modern and contemporary
literature, together with “literatures in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau and overseas Chinese literature”, or “international Chinese
literature”. “New Literature in Chinese” enjoys the advantage of furthest surpassing and even overcoming the regulations and
restrictions of national plates and political regions, hence the New Literature studies can get rid of the politicized academic
prediction and construct new paths in exploring the laws of Chinese aesthetic expressions. Just as the concept “English literature”
should be understood as “literature in English” rather than “British literature”, the concept of “New Literature in Chinese
Language” is acceptable.
This paper aims to give a concise review of contemporary Hungarian researches carried out in the field of “law and literature”. It evokes the preliminaries form previous century’s in Hungarian legal philosophy, and it discusses the recent achievements by taking a closer look on the results of three subsequent symposia organized in 2006, 2008 and the previous year. In conclusion, the paper outlines the possible directions for further development of certain aspects of legal education and the critical potential of “law and literature” studies.
Authors:Barbara M. Kehm, Malene Rode Larsen, and Hanna Bjørnøy Sommersel
This contribution is a summary of a report analyzing available empirical research literature about student dropout from universities. The study was commissioned by The Swiss Council for Educational Research