Tribal Models for Controlling Research

Aug 15th, 1996 | By | Category: 8-2: Cultural Property Rights, Features, Research
By James D. Nason

NAGPRA did not resolve all of the significant disputes between scholars and Native American communities, especially those concerning basic research. Today, American Indian tribes and Canadian bands continue to establish their own controls over outside research, and a number of them have adopted formal written policies. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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