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Title Legal pluralism and governance in South Asia and diasporas / edited by Livia Holden.

Published London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2015.


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Physical description viii, 172 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Religious personal laws as non-state laws : implications for gender justice / Archana Parashar -- Legal monism and white violence in South Asia / Stig Toft Madsen -- Governance and governability in South Asian family laws and in diaspora / Werner Menski -- In pursuit of the pagans : Muslim law in the English context / Prakash A. Shah -- The "women's court" in India : an alternative dispute resolution body for women in distress / Sylvia Vatuk -- Daughters' inheritance, legal pluralism, and governance in Pakistan / Livia Holden and Azam Chaudhary -- Harmony ideology revisited : spatial geographies of hegemony and disputing strategies amongst the Santal / Fauzia Shariff -- Legal pluralism in discourse : justice, politics and marginality in rural Rajasthan, India / Tommaso Sbriccoli.
Other author Holden, Livia, editor.
Subject Legal polycentricity -- South Asia.
Conflict of laws -- South Asia.
ISBN 9781138812390