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Record #176688:

Rereading the ethnographic record: the problem of justice in the Coast Salish world / Bruce G. Miller.

Title: Rereading the ethnographic record: the problem of justice in the Coast Salish world / Bruce G. Miller.
Author(s): Miller, Bruce G.
Date: 2004.
Publisher: Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press
In: Coming to shore : Northwest Coast ethnology, traditions and visions. (2004.),
Abstract: Considers views of Coast Salish people on establishment and maintenance of peaceful social relations in hostile world. Argues that issue was addressed conservatively, if at all, by anthropologists of early and middle 20th century, and that this conservatism is now assimilated by indigenous community members themselves intent on making conservative representations of their own prior, historical justice practices.
Notes:

In: Coming to shore : Northwest Coast ethnology, traditions and visions / Marie Mauzé, Michael E. Harkin, Sergei Kan, eds.

Keywords: 34 -- Law and legislation.
340.14 -- Native justice. Unwritten law.
39 -- Ethnography: Indians.
392 -- Social customs.
T -- Social anthropology and ethnography.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*429) -- British Columbia.
SPRI record no.: 176688

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