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Indigenous rights between law and sociology: internationalising soft norms in a hard context / Frederik Harhoff.

Title: Indigenous rights between law and sociology: internationalising soft norms in a hard context / Frederik Harhoff.
Author(s): Harhoff, Frederik.
Date: 1991.
In: North Atlantic Studies. (1991.), Vol. 1(2) (1991)
Abstract: Identifies certain aspects of dogmatic legal science relevant to study of binding norms beyond traditional hierarchy of legal sources. Argues that recognition of right of indigenous peoples to self-determination in international law will depend on international community's willingness to accept modifications to principle of sovereignty.
Notes:

North Atlantic Studies. Vol. 1(2) :64-70 (1991).

Keywords: 34 -- Law and legislation.
341 -- Law, international.
325.454 -- Native peoples, self-government.
342.3 -- Sovereignty.
323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities.
J -- Social sciences.
SPRI record no.: 111736

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