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Intercultural dispute resolution in aboriginal contexts
Bell, Catherine, ed.; Kahane, David, ed.
Pie de imprenta:
Vancouver: UBC, c2004
Descripción física:
xi, 377 p. ; 24 x 16 cm.
Contiene: I. Theoretical perspectives. 1. Learning new dances: finding effective ways to address intercultural disputes. 2. What is culture? Generalizing about aboriginal and newcomer perspectives. 3. Perceiving the world differently. 4. Paths to intercultural understanding: feasting, shared horizons and unforced consensus. 5. Commentary: when cultures collide. II. International contexts. 6. Navajo peacemaking and intercultural dispute resolution. 7. Cultural conflict in colonial legal systems: an australian perspective. 8. The Waitangi tribunal´s role in the dispute resolution of indigenous (Maori). 9. Commentary: indigenous dispute settlement, self-governance and the second generation of indigenous rights. III. Canadian contexts. 10. Weche teachings: aboriginal wisdom and dispute resolution. 11. Who gets to say what happened? Reconciliation issues for the Gitxsan. 12. Reconciliation devices: using the trust as an interface between aboriginal and state legal orders. 13. Parallel justice systems or a tale of two spiders. 14. Commentary: reconciling our memories in order to re-envision our future. IV. Issues of design and implementation. 15. Indigenous dispute resolution systems within non-indigenous frameworks: Intercultural dispute resolution initiatives in Canada. 16. What´s old is new again: aboriginal dispute resolution and the civil justice system. 17. The dispute resolution provisions of three northern land claims agreements. 18. Commentary: intercultural dispute resolution initiatives across Canada. V. Conclusion. 19. A separate peace: strengthening shared justice.
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Ubicación física:
658.315 4 / BEL
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