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Culture Clash: The Influence of Indigenous Cultures on the International Whaling Regime

@article{Creason2004CultureCT,
  title={Culture Clash: The Influence of Indigenous Cultures on the International Whaling Regime},
  author={Anne M. Creason},
  journal={California Western international law journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={35},
  pages={83-126}
}
  • Anne M. Creason
  • Published 2004
  • Sociology
  • California Western international law journal
The cultural values of native populations are a significant source of law, because modem societies develop from the practices and beliefs of indigenous cultures.' Over time, indigenous customs and traditions are incorporated into contemporary lifestyles.2 The strong influence ancient practices have on present cultures is apparent in the religious, dietary, economic and political facets of today's societies.3 In turn, modem culture influences the laws of a nation.4 Societal preferences… 

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