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Record #11969:

Retsopfatninger blandt Finnene / Erik Solem.

Title: Retsopfatninger blandt Finnene / Erik Solem.
Translated title: The concept of rights among the Saami.
Author(s): Solem, Erik.
Date: 1920.
Publisher: Kristiania: Av H. Aschehoug & Co
Language: Norwegian.
In: Kulturvaerdier hos norges finner. (1920.),
Abstract: Describes how matters of family and relatives are particularly deep in people's understanding, and are most common source of disagreement with codified laws from another culture. Example is given from J.A. Friis's 1971 report "A summer in Finnmark, Russian Lapland and North Karelia" and its account of Saami marriage customs, especially engagement pledges. Another custom that may at times clash with law, or administrative convenience, is that of name-giving. Saami have three, but commonly use some other identifier, e.g. Aslak Andersen Vuolab known as Kari Aslak, with mother Kari. Property rights are another place where tradition weighs heavily; passing on ownership of reindeer is example. Theft is rare, even on open ranges (vidda), except of reindeer! Norwegian law punishes this with imprisonment, but when prisoner returns home, he is not shunned; his people do not see what fuss is about. Several important sources of Saami customs in last three centuries are quoted.
Notes:

In: Kulturvaerdier hos norges finner / Jens Otterbech.

Keywords: 39 -- Ethnography: Saami.
23/28 -- Christianity.
393 -- Deaths and funerals.
395 -- Social behaviour. Etiquette.
809.455 -- Saami language.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*58) -- Norway.
SPRI record no.: 11969

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