Under what conditions are laws and rules effective? Lawrence M. Friedman gathers findings from many disciplines into one overarching analysis and lays the groundwork for a cohesive body of work in “impact studies.” He examines the importance of communication on the part of lawgivers and the nuances of motive among those subject to the law.
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Table of ContentsCover Title Copyright Dedication Contents A Very Short Prologue Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Getting Out the Message Chapter 3. An Anatomy of Compliance Chapter 4. A Typology of Responses Chapter 5. Rewards and Punishments: The Punishment Side Chapter 6. Rewards and Punishments: Incentives and the Civil Side Chapter 7. The Pressure of Peers Chapter 8. The Inner Voice Chapter 9. Factors in Harmony; Factors in Battle Chapter 10. A Concluding Word Notes Acknowledgments Index