Legal anthropology in the formulation of correctional policy in the Northwest Territories, Canada: R32-297/1983E-PDF
by Harold W. Finkler.
"Complementary to the author's socio-legal research in the Northwest Territories and related writings on this subject, this paper addresses some of the pertinent issues and considerations inherent in the formulation of a framework for the recognition and application of traditional measures for socio-legal control and socialization in future corrections institutional policy and programs."--Introduction.
|Department/Agency||Indian and Northern Affairs. Office of the Northern Research and Science Advisor.|
|Title||Legal anthropology in the formulation of correctional policy in the Northwest Territories, Canada|
|Subtitle||by Harold W. Finkler.|
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|Note||"Paper prepared for presentation at Symposium 3: The Anthropology of Law in the Formation and Implementation of Socio-Legal Policy, Symposia on Folk Law, and Legal Pluralism, Xlth ICAES, Vancouver, August 19-23, 1983"--T.p. Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].|
|Number of Pages||14 p.|
|Subject Terms||Aboriginal affairs, Correctional institutions, Legal issues|
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