Labour law in Australia and Nigeria : a comparative study in the sociology of legislation
This thesis attempts a comparative sociology of the labour law in Australia and Nigeria. It finds that there are fundamental similarities between the compulsory arbitration laws of both countries which cannot be adequately explained, simply, in terms of race, geography or stages of industrial development. The thesis outlines in considerable details two broad sociological perspectives on law, the autonomy model and the social product model, and uses the insights of these two approaches to...[Show more]
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