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Record #138898:

Crime, law and justice in Greenland / Henrik Garlik Jensen, Torben Agersnap, eds.

Title: Crime, law and justice in Greenland / Henrik Garlik Jensen, Torben Agersnap, eds.
Author(s): Jensen, Henrik Garlik,
Agersnap, Torben,
Griffiths, Kurt Taylor.
Dalberg-Larsen, Jørgen.
Larsen, Finn Breinholt.
Thorslund, Jørgen.
Bentzon, Agnete Weis.
Brøndsted, Henning.
Jensen, Henrik Garlik.
Date: 1996.
Publisher: Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School
Abstract: Past decades have seen increasing focus on crime, law and justice in circumpolar north. Some predominant features of Greenlandic system include traditional practices, system of Lay Assessor Courts and lack of prisons. As in Indian native states, authorities sought to understand, preserve and strengthen law and justice practices of indigenous people. Book brings together writings of research scholars and legal practioners on violence, suicide, development of judicial system and present realities.
Keywords: 34 -- Law and legislation.
343 -- Law, criminal.
35/354 -- Public administration.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*38) : 343
ISBN: 8770342806
SPRI record no.: 138898

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700 12 ‡aGriffiths, Kurt Taylor.‡tCrime, law and justice in the circumpolar North: the Greenlandic experience in a comparative context.
700 12 ‡aDalberg-Larsen, Jørgen.‡tSociology of Law - a Scandinavian perspective.
700 12 ‡aLarsen, Finn Breinholt.‡tInterpersonal violence among Greenland Inuit: causes and remedies.
700 12 ‡aThorslund, Jørgen.‡tSuicide - an Arctic crime.
700 12 ‡aBentzon, Agnete Weis.‡tJUREX Reconsidered.
700 12 ‡aBrøndsted, Henning.‡tThe historical development of the Greenlandic judicial system.
700 12 ‡aJensen, Henrik Garlik.‡tContemporary realities.
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