Part I: Introducing Empirical Legal Research
Part I provides an introduction to the book. This includes defining the scope of empirical legal research in the brief Chapter 1. Chapter 2 traces the history of empirical legal research. That history is periodized based in part on technological developments that facilitated empirical social science. Those periods include pre-World War II, post-War through to 1960, the 1960s, and post-1970.
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