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Droit et Cultures is an interdisciplinary journal focussing on legal phenomena. The idea of law and rights only has a meaning in relationship to a system of values, norms and cultures revealing dynamic forms of social and societal organisation. The diversity of cultures and social, political and legal structures invites us to rethink models, categories and classifications. The challenge of Droit et Cultures is to avoid the reduction of law to a single narrative and to promote a plural reading of cultural phenomena. This involves understanding the presentations, discursive practices and behaviour of its actors.

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76 | 2018/2
L'étranger et le droit

Ce que l'altérité fait au droit
The Foreigners and the Law. What Alterity does to the Law
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