The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law 50/2005

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Gordon R. Woodman (Editor in Chief)

ISBN 978-3-8258-9355-3
Band-Nr. 50
Jahr 2006
Seiten 200
Bindung broschiert
Reihe The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law


Richard Crook writes on the use of state courts in Ghana, Arnaldo Godoy on
the Brazilian experience of legal pluralism, Bishnu Upreti on the control
of natural resources in Nepal, and Kathryn Fulton on socio-economic
developments in an Alaskan village. On India, Julia Eckert considers the
interaction between state law and the normative order of a political
party, Karine Bates an attempt to change gender relations in the social
practice of inheritance law, and Pampa Mukherjee legal control of forest
use. Yüksel Sezgin proposes a mode of quantifying and comparing instances
of legal pluralism.