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Law in Context

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 July 2022

Michael Ng
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The University of Hong Kong
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Political Censorship in British Hong Kong
Freedom of Expression and the Law (1842–1997)
, pp. ii - vi
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2022

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The International Journal of Law in Context is the companion journal to the Law in Context book series and provides a forum for interdisciplinary legal studies and offers intellectual space for ground-breaking critical research. It publishes contextual work about law and its relationship with other disciplines including but not limited to science, literature, humanities, philosophy, sociology, psychology, ethics, history and geography. More information about the journal and how to submit an article can be found at http://journals.cambridge.org/ijc

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