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Introduction : human rights and legal pluralism : four research agendas

Giselle Corradi (UGent)
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In this volume, we interrogate how human rights law and practice acquire meaning in contexts of legal pluralism, and influence interactions that are subject to regulation by more than one normative regime. Legal pluralism refers to the coexistence of more than one legal order in a particular field of social relations. The concept denotes a plurality of laws and/or mechanisms for processing disputes stemming from different sources of legitimation, such as the state, religion or custom, which operate within a same sociopolitical, temporal and geographical space... As in the case of human rights, legal pluralism also has a ‘ legal ’ and a ‘ social ’ face, or what we would call normative and empirical dimensions.
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Human Rights, Legal polycentricity, legal anthropology, legal pluralism, HRC

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Corradi, Giselle. “Introduction : Human Rights and Legal Pluralism : Four Research Agendas.” Human Rights Encounter Legal Pluralism : Normative and Empirical Approaches. Ed. Giselle Corradi, Eva Brems, & Mark Goodale. Oxford and Portland: Hart publishing, 2017. 1–20. Print.
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Corradi, G. (2017). Introduction : human rights and legal pluralism : four research agendas. In G. Corradi, E. Brems, & M. Goodale (Eds.), Human Rights encounter legal pluralism : normative and empirical approaches (pp. 1–20). Presented at the How Does legal Pluralism Interplay with the Promotion of Human Rights ?, Oxford and Portland: Hart publishing.
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Corradi, Giselle. 2017. “Introduction : Human Rights and Legal Pluralism : Four Research Agendas.” In Human Rights Encounter Legal Pluralism : Normative and Empirical Approaches, ed. Giselle Corradi, Eva Brems, and Mark Goodale, 1–20. Oxford and Portland: Hart publishing.
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Corradi, Giselle. 2017. “Introduction : Human Rights and Legal Pluralism : Four Research Agendas.” In Human Rights Encounter Legal Pluralism : Normative and Empirical Approaches, ed. Giselle Corradi, Eva Brems, and Mark Goodale, 1–20. Oxford and Portland: Hart publishing.
Vancouver
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Corradi G. Introduction : human rights and legal pluralism : four research agendas. In: Corradi G, Brems E, Goodale M, editors. Human Rights encounter legal pluralism : normative and empirical approaches. Oxford and Portland: Hart publishing; 2017. p. 1–20.
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G. Corradi, “Introduction : human rights and legal pluralism : four research agendas,” in Human Rights encounter legal pluralism : normative and empirical approaches, G. Corradi, E. Brems, and M. Goodale, Eds. Oxford and Portland: Hart publishing, 2017, pp. 1–20.
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