Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 517-534) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Anthropology of law as a science History, schools, and names of anthropology of law Concepts of cultural anthropology Social norms (fora) : the theory of law, morals, custom, etiquette, habits, religious norms, political force, conscience Theories of culture and cultures Analyses in cultural anthropology Biological anthropology in its relation to the anthropology of law Kinship patterns, and other anthropological aspects of family and gender law Societal order, personhood, and human rights : the anthropology of constitutional justice Reciprocity, exchange, gifts, contracting, trust : the anthropology of commutative justice Possession, ownership, probate; market and non-market economies, antitrust, cultural property and heritage of mankind : the anthropology of distributive justice Torts, crimes, sanctions. Witchcraft and related issues : the anthropology of compensatory or retributive justice Jurisdiction. Procedure and dispute settlement. Conflicts of law : the anthropology of jurisdictional justice, of procedural justice, and of conflicts justice Native American law Ethnic groups. The international law of indigenous peoples. Global human rights Applied anthropology of law.