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Culture and Rights by Jane K. Cowan, Marie-B鈋n鈋dicte·Dembour

Culture and Rights

Description : Part I: Setting universal rights

Subtitle : Anthropological Perspectives

Authors : Jane K. Cowan, Marie-B鈋n鈋dicte·Dembour

Published Date : 2001-11-29

Publisher : Cambridge University Press

ISBN : 0521797357

Page : 258 Pages

Categories : Law

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Filesize: 4 MB

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