The state and the paradox of customary law in africa innovatively investigates how the state enmeshed in complex national and transnational structures of law and governance is transformed by the agency of local actors strategizing in the arena of customary law. The state and the paradox of customary law in africa edited by olaf zenker and markus virgil hoehne format book published abingdon oxon new york ny routledge 2018 language english series cultural diversity and law isbn 9781409468639 1409468631 summary. A tour de force of the most profound kind the state and the paradox of customary law in africa offers audacious insights into the dilemmas and paradoxes of living customary law that have emerged read more user contributed reviews tags add name cultural diversity and law schemaname cultural diversity and law . Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more. Get this from a library the state and the paradox of customary law in africa olaf zenker markus virgil hhne this volume analyses how the interactions between state and non state normative orders have shaped the everyday practices of the state it argues that in their daily work local officials are
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