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Unveiling the face of diversity: interlegality and legal pluralism in the Mayan area of the Yucatan Peninsula

@inproceedings{Herrera2011UnveilingTF,
  title={Unveiling the face of diversity: interlegality and legal pluralism in the Mayan area of the Yucatan Peninsula},
  author={Jos{\'e} Israel Herrera},
  year={2011}
}
Jose Israel Herrera bestudeerde het eigen recht en de eigen rechtstoepassing door Maya-gemeenschappen in Mexico. Worden deze eigen normen in het officiele Mexicaanse recht serieus genomen? Geeft Mexico gevolg aan de internationale verplichting om de eigen cultuur en leefwijzen van inheemse volken zoals de Maya’s, te respecteren, ook in de rechtsorde en de staatsopbouw? Herrera bekeek dit op twee gebieden. Het eerste is de manier waarop in het Yucatangebied (onder andere de deelstaat Quintana… 

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