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Selections from Justice in Aboriginal communities: Sentencing alternatives

Green, Ross
June 4, 2015

Source: (1998) Saskatoon, Canada: Purich Publishing. Downloaded 2 September 2004.

These online materials consist of selections from a book on Aboriginal communities in relation to the Canadian justice system. The book is Justice in Aboriginal Communities: Sentencing Alternatives (Purich Pubishing, 1998), by Ross Gordon Green. The online materials were part of a course at the University of Manitoba School of Law in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (Anne McGillivray is a member of the faculty of law). The selections include the Introduction and the following chapters: (9) The development and impact of community sentencing and mediation initiatives; (10) Post-colonialism, legal pluralism, and popular justice; and (11) Justice and policy issues raised by community sentencing and mediation.


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