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Chapter 13: Jurisdiction. Procedure and dispute settlement. Conflicts of law (the anthropology of jurisdictional justice, of procedural justice, and of conflicts justice)
Law and Anthropology - Outlines, Issues, Suggestions (2008)
  • Wolfgang Fikentscher
Abstract
Inclusive online updates jan10. As mentioned in the foreword, Chapter 13, in addition to presenting general aspects of procedure, deals with the legal anthropology of conflict of laws as a novelty that will be discussed at greater detail using Native American material for sake of illustration. Comments concerning, heuristic law finding, culture-specific maxims of legal procedure, and the context of material, substantive procedural, and jurisdictional law, are also included.
Keywords
  • justice and time. heuristics,
  • territory,
  • procedural laws,
  • lex fori,
  • intercultural justice,
  • limitations theory,
  • force and law,
  • Navajo,
  • Acoma,
  • Laguna,
  • limitations theory
Disciplines
Publication Date
2008
Publisher
Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, C.H. Beck in Kommission
Citation Information
Wolfgang Fikentscher. "Chapter 13: Jurisdiction. Procedure and dispute settlement. Conflicts of law (the anthropology of jurisdictional justice, of procedural justice, and of conflicts justice)" MunichLaw and Anthropology - Outlines, Issues, Suggestions (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/wolfgang_fikentscher/13/