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Author: William G. Wagner
ISBN13: 978-0198204473
Title: Marriage, Property, and Law in Late Imperial Russia (Oxford Historical Monographs)
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Publisher: Clarendon Press; 1 edition (December 1, 1994)
Pages: 432

Marriage, Property, and Law in Late Imperial Russia (Oxford Historical Monographs) by William G. Wagner



Oxford historical monographs. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -388) and index. Geographic Name: Russia Social conditions. Uniform Title: Oxford historical monographs. Rubrics: Husband and wife Russia History Marital property Inheritance and succession Law reform. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Marriage, property, and law in late Imperial Russia, William G. Wagner.

Professor Wagner's detailed and scholarly analysis of these issues offers many important insights into cultural attitudes, political structures, and the role of law in late Imperial Russia. This is the first systematic study of civil law in late Imperial Russia. It shows that efforts to adjust family, property, and inheritance law to changing social and economic conditions often became intertwined with attempts to shape society in accordance with competing ideological ideals.

This is the first systematic study of civil law in late Imperial Russia. Through a restructuring of the family's legal basis, members of the growing educated and professional strata of society in particular endeavoured to promote conflicting coneptions of authority, individuality, gender, and law. Legal reform also served for members of the emerging legal.

William Wagner's new book offers a welcome discussion of the Russian judicial reform of 1864, presenting a rich and fascinating portrait of the interaction between law and society in late Ihiperial Russia. The reform significantly transformed the character of civil procedure in Russia, creating an independent judicial structure staffed by trained legal officials and estab- lishing the power of judicial interpretation. It also created a forum for the articulation of competing conceptions of Russian social and political life

This book provides a systematic study of civil law in late Imperial Russia. William G. Wagner, author Williams College, Massachusetts.

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The first systematic study of civil law in late Imperial Russia, this book shows that efforts to adjust family, property, and inheritance law to changing social and economic conditions often became intertwined with attempts to shape society in accordance with competing ideological ends.

Marriage, Property and Law in Late Imperial Russia (Oxford, 1994), esp. 11–12, 206–23, 337–77. 6― agreement on this dilemma apart from the elementary fact that crime could be and often was of concern to everyone. Judicial Interpretation and the Development of Civil and Criminal Law in Russia, 1864–1914: The Institutional Consequences of the 1864 Court Reform in Russia" (P. SUNY, Buffalo, 1984); William G. Wagner, "Tsarist Legal Policies at the End of the Nineteenth Century: A Study in Inconsistencies," SEER 54 (1976), 378– 85; Wagner, Marriage, Property and Law.

The first systematic study of civil law in late Imperial Russia, this book shows that efforts to adjust family, property, and inheritance law to changing social and economic conditions often became intertwined with attempts to shape society in accordance with competing ideological ends. Through a restructuring of the family's legal basis, members of the growing professional class endeavored to promote conflicting conceptions of authority, individuality, gender, and law. Legal reform also served for members of the emerging legal and medical professions as a way to establish their authority, often at the expense of the state administration and the Orthodox Church. Wagner's detailed and scholarly analysis of these issues offers many important insights into cultural attitudes and political structures in late Imperial Russia.