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Law in and As Culture : Intellectual Property, Minority Rights, and the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
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Two narratives are used in telling the story of indigenous peoples and minorities in relation to globalization and intellectual property rights. The Optimist narrative hails commercial integration and cultural inclusion. Contrastingly, the narrative of Fear mourns the endangerment of a traditional culture. In this book Picart steers a careful path between Optimism and Fear, exploring how law functions in and as culture as it contours the landscape of intellectual property rights, as experienced by Indigenous peoples and minorities.
Number of Pages: 190
Genre: Freedom + Security / Law Enforcement, Social Science
Sub-Genre: Government / Federal, Minority Studies
Series Title: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press in Law, Culture, and the Humanities
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Pr
Author: Caroline Joan S. Picart
Street Date: March 3, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-12-2321
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