Intercultural Dispute Resolution in Aboriginal Contexts Paperback – Jan 1 2005
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This book offers invaluable insights to the reader. It belongs on the shelf of every student, scholar, or practioner with an interest in alternative dispute resolution and Aboriginal issues.(Paul Chartrand, Faculty of Law, University of Saskatchewan)|
This is an important book that should be read by anyone involved in negotiations between Aboriginal and non—Aboriginal people, as well as anyone involved in any kind of public policy work.(Catherine Morris, barrister and solicitor)|
This book makes a significant contribution to the field. It is comprehensive, scholarly, diverse, and respectful of both indigenous and non—indigenous views.(June McCue, Director, First Nations Legal Studies, Faculty of Law, University of British Columbia)
About the Author
Catherine E. Bell is a professor of law and Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Research. David Kahane is an associate professor in the Department of Philosophy. Both are at the University of Alberta.
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