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A seguir são apresentadas algumas obras indicadas para leitura sobre o assunto estudado pelo Grupo:


Albiston, C. R. (2005). Bargaining in the Shadow of Social Institutions: Competing Discourses and Social Change in Workplace Mobilization of Civil Rights. Law & Society Review, 39(1), 11-50;

Black, J. (1997). New Institutionalism and Naturalism in Socio-Legal Analysis: Institutionalist Approaches to Regulatory Decision Making. Law & Policy, 19(1), 51–93;

Daft, R. L.; Weick, K. L. Toward a model of organizations as interpretation systems. Academy of Management Review, v. 9, n. 2, p. 284-295, 1984. [Também disponível em português: Daft, R. L.; Weick, K. (2007). Organizações como sistemas interpretativos: em busca de um modelo. In: Caldas, M. P.; Bertero, C .O. (Eds.). Teoria das organizações. São Paulo: Editora FGV, 2007. (Cap. 11)];

Dobbin, F., & Sutton, J. R. (1998). The Strength of a Weak State: The Rights Revolution and the Rise of Human Resources Management Divisions. American Journal of Sociology, 104(2), 441-476;

Dubin, K. A. Adjusting to the Law: The Role of Beliefs in Firms’ Responses to Regulation. Politics & Society, 2012. Disponível em: <>;

Edelman, L. B. (1992). Legal Ambiguity and Symbolic Structures: Organizational Mediation of Civil Rights Law. American Journal of Sociology, 97(6), 1531-1576;

Edelman, L. B. Overlapping Fields and Constructed Legalities : The Endogeneity of Law. In: W. W. Powell (Ed.); Bending the bars of the iron cage: institutional dynamics and process, 2004;

Edelman, Lauren B, & Suchman, M. C. (2007). The legal lives of private organizations, Aldershot, England: Ashgate (livro);

Edelman, L. B, & Suchman, M. C. (1997). The legal environments of organizations. Annual Review of Sociology, 23, 479-515;

Edelman, L. B. & Suchman, M. C. (1999). When the "Haves" Hold Court: Speculations on the Organizational Internalization of Law. Law & Society Review, 33(4), 941-991;

Edelman, L. B. & Suchman, M. C. (2007). The Interplay of Law and Organizations. (introdução do livro);

Edelman, L. B., Uggen, C., & Erlanger, Howard S. (1999). The Endogeneity of Legal Regulation: Grievance Procedures as Rational Myth. American Journal of Sociology, 105(2), 406-454;

Ewick, P.; Silbey, S. S. The structure of legality: the cultural contradictions of social institutions. In: R. A. Kagan; M. Krygier; K. Winston (Eds.); Legality and Community: On the Intellectual Legacy of Philip Selznick2. p.149-165, 2002. Oxford, England: Rowman & Littfield Publishers;

Funk, R. J.; Hirschman, D. Rethinking Endogenous Legal Change: How Organizations Re-Shaped Glass-Steagall. ,2012. (working paper);

Halliday, T. C.; Carruthers, B. G. The Recursivity of Law: Global Norm Making and National Lawmaking in the Globalization of Corporate Insolvency. American Journal of Sociology, v. 112, n. 4, p. 1135-1202, 2007;

Hawkins, K. (1983). Bargain and bluff: compliance strategy and deterrence in the enforcement of regulation. Law & Policy Quarterly, 5(I), 35-73;

Heimer, C. A. (1999). Competing institutions: law, medicine, and family in neonatal intensive care. Law & Society Review, 33(1), 17-66;

Heimer, C. A. (2001). Law : New Institutionalism. In International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (pp. 8534–8538). Elsevier;

Hesse, K. (1991). A Força Normativa da Constituição;

Kagan, R. A., Thornton, D. & Gunningham, N. (2003). Explaining Corporate Environmental Performance: How Does Regulation Matter? Law & Society Review, 37(1), 51-90;

Liu, S. & Halliday, T.C. (2009). Recursivity in Legal Change: Lawyers and Reforms of China’s Criminal Procedure Law.Law & Social Inquiry, 34(4), 911-950;

Macaulay, S. (1963). Non-Contractual Relations in Business: A Preliminary Study. American Sociological Review, 28(1), 55-67;

Nelson, R. L., & Nielsen, L. B. (2000). Cops, Counsel, and Entrepreneurs: Constructing the Role of Inside Counsel in Large Corporations. Law & Society Review, 34(2), 457-494;

Sarat, A. (2004). The Blackwell Companion to Law and Society. Blackwell Publishing Ltd, Oxford, UK. (livro):

Cap. 1 - Sarat, A. Vitality Amidst Fragmentation: On the Emergence of Postrealist Law and Society Scholarship;

Cap 13 -  Edelman, L. B. The Legal Lives of Private Organizations.

Scott, W. R. (1994). Law and Organizations. In S. B. Sitkin & R. J. Bies (Eds.), The Legalistic Organization (pp. 3–18). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications;

Silbey, S.S., 2002. Law and society movement. In H. M. Kritzer, ed. Legal Systems o/the World: A Political, Social and Cultural Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, California: ABC CLIO, pp. 860-863;

Silbey, S. S. (2013). Organizational Challenges to Regulatory Enforcement and Compliance: A New Common Sense about Regulation. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 649(1), 6–20;

Silverman, D. Interpretação de dados qualitativos: métodos para análise de entrevistas, textos e interações. 3. ed. Porto Alegre: Artmed, 2009. (Capítulo 8, especificamente as páginas 260-272);

Sitkin, S. B., & Bies, R. J. (1994). The Legalization of Organizations: In S. B. Sitkin & R. J. Bies (Eds.), The Legalistic Organization (pp. 19–49). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications;

Suchman, M. C., Cahill, M. (1996). The Hired Gun as Facilitator: Lawyers and the Suppression of Business Disputes in Silicon Valley. Law & Social Inquiry, 21(3), 679-712;

Suchman, M. C., Edelman, L. B., Sutton, J. R., & Powell, W. W. (1996). Legal Rational Myths: The New Institutionalism and the Law and Society Tradition. Law & Social Inquiry, 21, 903–966;

Vaughan, D. (1998). Rational Choice, Situated Action, and the Social Control of Organizations. Law & Society Review, 32(1), 23-61

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