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The Political Psychology Of Child Molestation: Import For The Rule Of Law, Ibpp Editor May 1998

The Political Psychology Of Child Molestation: Import For The Rule Of Law, Ibpp Editor

International Bulletin of Political Psychology

This article describes the problematic nature of child molestation for the rule of law.


[Review Of] David Delaney. Race, Place, & The Law, David L. Hood Jan 1998

[Review Of] David Delaney. Race, Place, & The Law, David L. Hood

Ethnic Studies Review

David Delaney's work is informative and contributes to an understanding of race relations and the legal system. The central finding is that race relations exist in different spatial contexts at the same time. The author begins with the case Commonwealth v. Aves, 18 Pick. 193 (1836) which focuses on a young slave girl, "Med" and her freedom. The cause of action involved the movement of the servant girl to Massachusetts by her Louisiana master. The master was visiting relatives. Under Louisiana law Med was a slave, but Massachusetts law did not permit slavery.


Self-Help Sources: A Selective Bibliography, Pat Newcombe Jan 1998

Self-Help Sources: A Selective Bibliography, Pat Newcombe

Media Presence

No abstract provided.


The Indigenous Peoples Of The Usa: Issues And Challenges Of Native Americans, David E. Wilkins Jan 1998

The Indigenous Peoples Of The Usa: Issues And Challenges Of Native Americans, David E. Wilkins

Jepson School of Leadership Studies articles, book chapters and other publications

Vine Deloria, Jr., the most important Indian chronicler of indigenous political, legal, and religious experience in the U.S. in the last thirty years, noted recently that Indian life, particularly the experience of reservation-based tribal peoples, "has only the slightest resemblance to the conditions of three decades ago, and the current situation has elements of hope and portents of disaster." This observation is even more realistic as we sit at the dawn of the new millennium. The 560 indigenous polities in the U.S.—374 Indian nations, tribes, bands, communities, and Pueblos in the lower 48 states; 226 are Alaska ...