Currents: Exploring Traditional Aboriginal Justice Concepts in Contemporary Canadian SocietyAvailability: Online only
Last Updated: March 17, 2006
Currents looks at how societies make laws, resolve conflicts, and deal with those who do not live up to society's standards for behaviour. As well, it looks at how Canadian and international law recognize and protect certain rights. The law-making process, conflict resolution, justice, and rights are all considered from both an Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal perspective.
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ISBN/ISSN number: 1-896168-68-X