Mobile People, Mobile Law: Expanding Legal Relations in a Contracting World
Ashgate, 2005 - Law - 332 pages
Mobile people, mobile law: an introduction, Franz von Benda-Beckmann, Keebet von Benda-Beckmann and Anne Griffiths; Transborder citizenship: an outcome of legal pluralism within transnational social fields, Nina Glick Schiller; Transnational migration and the re-framing of normative values, Monique Nuijten; 'Global fire': repatriation and reparations from a Rastafari (re)migrants perspective, Werner Zips; McTradition in the new South Africa: commodified custom and rights talk with the Bafokeng and the Bapedi, Barbara Oomen; Democracy in flux: time, mobility and sedentarization of law in Minangkabau, Indonesia, Franz von Benda-Beckmann and Keebet von Benda-Beckmann; Mobile law and globalism: epistemic communities versus community-based innovation in the fisheries sector, Melanie G. Wiber; Contesting decentralization: transitional policy narratives and the emergence of volatile socio-legal configurations in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia, John F. McCarthy; Negotiating water rights in the context of a new political and legal landscape in Zimbabwe, Anne Hellum and Bill Derman; The Americanization of international law, Laura Nader; Human rights and global legal pluralism: reciprocity and disjuncture, Sally E. Merry; Project law - normative orders of bilateral development cooperation and social change: a case study from the German Agency for technical co-operation, Markus Weilenmann; School and religious difference: current negotiations within the Swiss immigrant society - viewed in a comparative perspective, Joanna Pfaff-Czarnecka; Localizing the global: rights of participation in the Scottish Chlidren's Hearings System, Anne Griffiths and Randy F. Kandel; Mobility versus law, mobility in the law? Judges in Europe are confronted with the thorny question 'which law applies to litigants of migrant origin?', Marie-Claire Foblets; Index.
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