Download e-book for iPad: American Cultural Pluralism and Law: Second Edition by Jill Norgren

By Jill Norgren

ISBN-10: 0275948552

ISBN-13: 9780275948559

This new and up to date version of Norgren and Nanda's vintage textual content brings their exam of yank cultural pluralism and the legislation modern during the Clinton management. whereas holding their emphasis at the thought of cultural range because it pertains to the legislation within the usa, new and up-to-date chapters mirror fresh proper complaints touching on tradition, race, gender, and sophistication, with specific consciousness paid to neighborhood and kingdom court docket critiques. Drawing on courtroom fabrics, statutes and codes, and felony ethnographies, the textual content analyzes the continuing negotiations and lodgings through the mechanism of legislation among culturally diverse teams and the bigger society. an immense textual content for classes in American govt, society and the legislations, cultural stories, and civil rights.

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In the 1970s, the apparent openness of the federal government to Native American claims for cultural and religious freedom and economic redress resulted in a major congressional study of the status of the American Indian in the United States,15 and the establishment of more Native American political and legal organizations. Important among these were two major public interest law firms headed by Native Americans and concerned with Native American legal issues: the Native American Rights Fund and the Indian Law Resource Center.

Many charges of theft, however, were really conflicts over contracts, illustrating the confusion over property rights in this culturally transitional period. 16 At midcentury, also, with Western advisors now in important positions in the Hawaiian government, Western law regarding land tenure became more deeply entrenched in Hawaiian society. As a result of foreigners continually pressuring the Hawaiian government to legally, per- Native Hawaiians 37 manently, and completely convert traditional Hawaiian land tenure principles to those of absolute ownership, in 1848, the Hawaiian government instituted the Great Mahele, a formal division of land among the king, the chiefs, the Hawaiian people, and the foreign landholders.

S. Government Printing Office, 1977). 16. Edward Lazarus, Black Hills/White Justice (New York: HarperCollins, 199 119. 17. S. v. Sioux, see Lazarus, Black Hills/ White Justice, 387-92. 18. Vanderwerth, Indian Oratory, 197-98. S. government is also the source of conflict between the United States and the indigenous people of Hawai'i. Like Native Americans, Native Hawaiian culture stands in contrast to, and sometimes in conflict with, that of the dominant culture of the United States. Native Hawaiians, like Native Americans, value the sacred interdependence of people and nature, the protection and conservation of natural resources, and the inherent value of all living things.

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