Researching Indigenous Law. Legal Anthropology or Comparative Law?


Essay, 2015

14 Pages


Excerpt


Table of Content

1. Introduction
a) Perceptions of indigenous peoples in majority societies
b) Indigenous Law as an Area of Research
c) Legal Anthropology or Comparative Law?

2. Access and Benefit Sharing
a) General remarks
b) Character of the duty to ensure ABS

3. Beyond ABS: A duty to publish?
a) General remarks
b) A role for indigenous law in national law
c) Differences between legal and anthropological research regarding the publication of all data
d) Rule of law and the right to a fair trial

4. Conclusions: Consequences for research funding

Excerpt out of 14 pages

Details

Title
Researching Indigenous Law. Legal Anthropology or Comparative Law?
Author
Year
2015
Pages
14
Catalog Number
V301201
ISBN (eBook)
9783668010925
ISBN (Book)
9783668010932
File size
499 KB
Language
English
Keywords
indigenous, first nations, native, indigenous rights, human rights, research, ethics, Sapmi, law, Lapland, Finland, Sweden, Norway, ABS, access, benefit sharing, research ethics, anthropology, legal anthropology, comparative law
Quote paper
Dr. Stefan Kirchner (Author), 2015, Researching Indigenous Law. Legal Anthropology or Comparative Law?, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/301201

Comments

  • No comments yet.
Look inside the ebook
Title: Researching Indigenous Law. Legal Anthropology or Comparative Law?



Upload papers

Your term paper / thesis:

- Publication as eBook and book
- High royalties for the sales
- Completely free - with ISBN
- It only takes five minutes
- Every paper finds readers

Publish now - it's free