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Religion in disputes [Texte imprimé] : pervasiveness of religious normativity in disputing processes /

de Benda-Beckmann, Franz von. (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XX-265 p.) ; 23 cm.Édition: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.ISBN: 9781137322043 (rel); 1137322047 (rel).Contenu: Introduction: On the Pervasiveness of Religious Normativity in Disputing Processes / Franz von Benda-Beckmann, Keebet von Benda-Beckmann, Martin Ramstedt and Bertram Turner (p.VII) -- Interminable Disputes in Northwest Madagascar / Michael Lambek (p.1) -- Dispelling of Dispute in Native American Church Healing / Thomas J. Csordas (p.19) -- Religion, Crisis Pregnancies, and the Battle over Abortion: Redefining Conflict and Consensus in the American Pro-Life Movement / Ziad Munson (p.37) -- Religious Subtleties in Disputing: Spatiotemporal Inscriptions of Faith in the Nomosphere in Rural Morocco / Bertram Turner (p.55) -- "God Moves Big Time in Sophiatown": Community Policing and "the Fight against Evil" in a Poor Johannesburg Neighborhood / Julia Hornberger (p.75) -- Toward Reconciliation: Religiously Oriented Disputing Processes in Mozambique / Carolien Jacobs (p.93) -- Religion and Disputes in Bali's New Village Jurisdictions / Martin Ramstedt (p.111) -- Sanctity and Shariah: Two Islamic Modes of Resolving Disputes in Today's England / John R. Bowen (p.129) -- Forum Shopping between Civil and Shari'a Courts: Maintenance Suits in Contemporary Jerusalem / Ido Shahar (p.147) -- Legal Pluralism in the Supreme Court: Law, Religion, and Culture Pertaining to Women's Rights in Nepal / Rajendra Pradhan (p.165) -- Natural Law, Religion, and the Jurisprudence of the US Supreme Court / Lawrence Rosen (p.183) -- Divine Law and Ecclesiastical Hierarchy / Matthias Kaufmann (p.201) -- "Law Has Gone Away": Religion, Modernity, and Injury in Thailand / David M. Engel (p.215) -- Law and Religion in Historic Tibet / Fernanda Pirie (p.231)Contient: Introduction: On the Pervasiveness of Religious Normativity in Disputing Processes / Franz von Benda-Beckmann ; Keebet von Benda-Beckmann ; Martin Ramstedt ; and Bertram Turner -- Interminable Disputes in Northwest Madagascar / Michael Lambek -- Dispelling the Shadows of Dispute in Native American Church Healing / Thomas J. Csordas -- Religion, Crisis Pregnancies, and the Battle over Abortion: Redefining Conflict and Consensus in the American Pro-Life Movement / Ziad Munson -- Religious Subtleties in Disputing: Spatiotemporal Inscriptions of Faith in the Nomosphere in Rural Morocco / Bertram Turner -- "God Moves Big Time in Sophiatown": Community Policing and "the Fight against Evil" in a Poor Johannesburg Neighborhood / Julia Hornberger -- Toward Reconciliation: Religiously Oriented Disputing Processes in Mozambique / Carolien Jacobs -- Religion and Disputes in Bali's New Village Jurisdictions / Martin Ramstedt -- Sanctity and Shariah: Two Islamic Modes of Resolving Disputes in Today's England / John R. Bowen -- Forum Shopping between Civil and Shari'a Courts: Maintenance Suits in Contemporary Jerusalem / Ido Shahar -- Legal Pluralism in the Supreme Court: Law, Religion, and Culture Pertaining to Women's Rights in Nepal / Rajendra Pradhan -- Natural Law, Religion, and the Jurisprudence of the US Supreme Court / Lawrence Rosen -- Divine Law and Ecclesiastical Hierarchy / Matthias Kaufmann -- "Law Has Gone Away": Religion, Modernity, and Injury in Thailand / David M. Engel -- Law and Religion in Historic Tibet / Fernanda PirieSujet RAMEAU: Paix Aspect religieux | Gestion des conflits Aspect religieux | Peace Religious aspects | Conflict management Religious aspectsThématique: Religion | Droits, justice, droits de l'hommeThématique spécifique: Cour suprême | Avortement | Croyance | Gestion de conflit | Droits de l'homme | LoisGéographique: Mozambique | Angleterre | Afrique du sud | Himalaya | Indonésie | Madagascar | Maroc | Népal | Thaïlande | Tibet | Etats-Unis d'AmériqueType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Etats-Unis d'Amériques
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Réf. bibliogr. Index.

Introduction: On the Pervasiveness of Religious Normativity in Disputing Processes / Franz von Benda-Beckmann, Keebet von Benda-Beckmann, Martin Ramstedt and Bertram Turner (p.VII) -- Interminable Disputes in Northwest Madagascar / Michael Lambek (p.1) -- Dispelling of Dispute in Native American Church Healing / Thomas J. Csordas (p.19) -- Religion, Crisis Pregnancies, and the Battle over Abortion: Redefining Conflict and Consensus in the American Pro-Life Movement / Ziad Munson (p.37) -- Religious Subtleties in Disputing: Spatiotemporal Inscriptions of Faith in the Nomosphere in Rural Morocco / Bertram Turner (p.55) -- "God Moves Big Time in Sophiatown": Community Policing and "the Fight against Evil" in a Poor Johannesburg Neighborhood / Julia Hornberger (p.75) -- Toward Reconciliation: Religiously Oriented Disputing Processes in Mozambique / Carolien Jacobs (p.93) -- Religion and Disputes in Bali's New Village Jurisdictions / Martin Ramstedt (p.111) -- Sanctity and Shariah: Two Islamic Modes of Resolving Disputes in Today's England / John R. Bowen (p.129) -- Forum Shopping between Civil and Shari'a Courts: Maintenance Suits in Contemporary Jerusalem / Ido Shahar (p.147) -- Legal Pluralism in the Supreme Court: Law, Religion, and Culture Pertaining to Women's Rights in Nepal / Rajendra Pradhan (p.165) -- Natural Law, Religion, and the Jurisprudence of the US Supreme Court / Lawrence Rosen (p.183) -- Divine Law and Ecclesiastical Hierarchy / Matthias Kaufmann (p.201) -- "Law Has Gone Away": Religion, Modernity, and Injury in Thailand / David M. Engel (p.215) --
Law and Religion in Historic Tibet / Fernanda Pirie (p.231)

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