Source: (-0001) Law & Social Inquiry, vol. 33: 853-893
The article describes the phenomenon of problem-solving courts and summarizes some of the Foucalt-derived criticism leveled against them. The author appropriates some of the criticism but then modifies it, proposing theoretical readjustments in orientation that develop the scope of problem-solving courts.
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