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Legal pluralism in the Arab world
Result of a seminar held in Cairo, on 18 and 19 December 1996.
|Statement||[edited] by Baudouin Dupret, Maurits Berger and Laila al-Zwaini.|
|Series||Arab and Islamic laws series -- 18|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 280 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||280|
DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigationCited by: The second Arab Awakening has just begun, and the end may not be known in this generation’s lifetime. But this is a battle worth waging and winning—the battle for pluralism across the Arab world. This article is an extract from The Second Arab Awakening: And the Battle for Pluralism, by Marwan Muasher, published in by Yale University.
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Legal Pluralism in the Arab World is the only work in existence which addresses the concept of legal pluralism in this particular part of the world in such a systematic manner. These essays significantly enrich the current canon on legal pluralism and offer the reader a.
Legal Pluralism in the Arab World is the only work in existence which addresses the concept of legal pluralism in this particular part of the world in such a systematic manner. These essays significantly enrich the current canon on legal pluralism and offer the reader a Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiii, pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Preface / John Griffiths --The idea of legal pluralism / Gordon R. Woodman --Norms, law and practices: the practical obstacles that make it impossible to separate them / Jean-Noël Ferrié --Legal pluralism, normative plurality, and the Arab world / Baudouin Dupret --A critical survey of.
Download Legal-pluralism-in-the-arab-world ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, Drawing on theories of legal pluralism, this book tests whether and to what extent claims of the modern nation-state laws to exclusive dominance over other spheres are.
The Arab world, I think, most of the Arab world, will go through decades before they arrive at what you are saying. My optimism comes from the fact that at least the battle for pluralism has started.
From independence untilthat battle was suppressed by brute force. Book Presentation LAILA AL-ZWAINI Legal Pluralism in the Arab World The notion of legal pluralism is known to both lawyers and social scientists.
From the lawyersÕ point of view, it expresses the recog-nition by the State (the legislator) of the exis-tence of a multiplicity of legal sources, which either constitute the official legislation, or are.
Legal Pluralism in the Arab World is the only work in existence which addresses the concept of legal pluralism in this particular part of the world in such a systematic manner. These essays significantly enrich the current canon on legal pluralism and offer the reader a unique example of its richness and : Too often, however, the literature on legal pluralism has failed to place sufficient emphasis on its fundamental theoretical result of a seminar held in Cairo in December with contributions by sociologists, anthropologists, political scientists, legal theoreticians, and practising lawyers, Legal Pluralism in the Arab World 3/5(1).
Legal Pluralism in the Arab World. a phenomenon which has been termed 'legal pluralism' within the Arab world Because the book is predominantly about Minangkabau adat, the author focuses.
Woodman, G.R. “The Idea of Legal Pluralism”, in Legal Pluralism in the Arab World, edited by Baudouin Dupret, Maurits Berger, and Laila al-Zwaini, pp. Introduction to Legal Pluralism in South Africa book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(9). Legal Pluralism in the Arab World, Baudouin Dupret, Maurits Berger, Laila Al-Zwaini (Eds.), Kluwer Law International,pp.
xxiii+, ISBN Author: Alexandre de Fontmichel. Legal Pluralism inthe Arab World, by Baudouin Dupret, Maurits Berger and Laila al-Zwaini (eds.), The Hague, Kluwer Law International,pp including bibliography and index in Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law OnlineAuthor: Lynn Welchman.
Speaking to Voice of America’s Press Conference USA about his new book, The Second Arab Awakening and the Battle for Pluralism, Muasher said the region has not been living in a culture of democracy and diversity, and therefore, it did not have institutions capable of filling the void and vacuum that appeared as a result of the revolutions.
Legal Pluralism in the Arab World is the only work in existence which addresses the concept of legal pluralism in this particular part of the world in such a systematic manner. These essays significantly enrich the current canon on legal pluralism and offer the reader a 5/5(1). Legal pluralism started to be popular in the academic world in legal anthropology in the s.
This was through studies of law in colonial and post-colonial situations. Legal pluralism in that perspective referred principally to the integration of traditional law norms or institutions within state law.
Religious Pluralism in Christian and IslamicPhilosophy. Richmond, U.K.: Curzon, Bälz, Kilian. "Shari˓a and Qanun in Egyptian Law. A Systems Theory Approach to Legal Pluralism." In Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law, Volume 2 (): Dupret, Baudoin; Berger, Maurits; and al-Zwaini, Laila.
Legal Pluralism in the Arab World. The book goes on to look at how socio-political factors have influenced the relations between state and non-state laws, and how the state’s strategy of accommodation of legal pluralism has in fact largely depended on the extent to which those legal traditions have been able to conform to national ideology.
Legal pluralism is the existence of multiple legal systems within one (human) population and/or geographic area. Plural legal systems are particularly prevalent in former colonies, where the law of a former colonial authority may exist alongside more traditional legal systems (customary law).
2 Current practice. Further reading. It has been a major topic in legal anthropology and legal sociology for about two decades, and is now getting attention in comparative law and international law.
This recent convergence on the notion of legal pluralism is fueled by the apparent multiplicity of Cited by:. Pluralism in the Arab world has not yet matured into functional democratic politics.
While ruling establishments, Islamist movements, and secular parties have introduced a much greater degree of pluralism into Arab societies, the imbalance of power and interdependence among these actors limits both the degree of political diversity and its effectiveness at bringing about : Paperback.Legal pluralism concerns the often complex interactions between various legal orders.
This includes the various domains of state law, human rights and tribal customary and religious laws.Here at last is a book that roots legal philosophy firmly in the complex pluralism of the real world of law.’ Roger Cotterrell, Queen Mary University of London, UK ’Van der Burg’s recovery and development of legal interactionism is a fresh perspective on a host of familiar, and .