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8 See, for example, J. Flood, Barristers' Clerks: The Law's Middlemen (1983); C. Hall et al., Telecommunications Regulation: Culture, Chaos and Interdependence inside the Regulatory Process (2000).
9 See S. Halliday Judicial Review and Compliance with Administrative Law (2004).
10 Social Enquiry Reports and Sentencing in Sheriff Courts, ESRC Award R000239939.
11 J. Curran and G. Chambers, Social Enquiry Reports in Scotland (1982); P. Hardiker, Ideologies in Social Inquiry Reports: Final Report to the Social Science Research Council (1975); G. Horsley, The Language of Social Enquiry Reports (1984); B. Hudson and G. Bramhall, `Assessing the ``Other'': Constructions of ``Asianness'' in Risk Assessments by Probation Officers' (2005) 45 Brit. J. of Crim. 721-40.
12 S. Brown, Magistrates at Work (1991); E. Burney, Magistrate, Court and Community (1979); Curran and Chambers, id; L. Brown and L. Levy, Social Work and Criminal Justice: Vol. 4 - Sentencer Decision Making (1998).
13 F. Perry, Information for the Court: A New Look at Social Inquiry Reports (1974); S. Rawson, Sentencing Theory, Social Enquiry and Probation Practice (1982); J. Thorpe, Social Inquiry Reports: A Survey (1979); B. Whyte et al., Social Work in the Criminal Justice System in Scotland: Competencies required by the National Objectives and Standards for Social Work Services in the Criminal Justice System (1995).
34 See, for example, V. Braithwaite, and M. Levi (eds.), Trust and Governance (1998); P. Sztompka, Trust: A Sociological Theory (1999); T. Tyler, and Y. Huo, Trust in the Law: Encouraging Public Co-operation with the Police and the Courts (2002); D. Putnam, Bowling Alone: the Collapse and Revival of American Community (2000); F. Fukuyama, Trust: the Social Virtues and Creation of Prosperity (1995).
35 See, for example, N. Luhmann, `Familiarity, Confidence, Trust: Problems and Alternatives' in Trust: Making and Breaking Co-operative Relations, ed. D. Gambetta (1988); A. Giddens, The Consequences of Modernity (1990); U. Beck, World Risk Society (1999).
37 B. Lange, `The Emotional Dimension in Legal Regulation' (2002) 29 J. of Law and Society 197-225. In relation to judicial work, see S. Roach Anleu and K. Mack, `Magistrates' Everyday Work and Emotional Labour' (2005) 32 J. of Law and Society 590-614.
38 Scottish Executive, National Standards for Social Enquiry and Related Reports and Court Based Social Work Services (2000) at para. 5.1.