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"Animals May Take Pity on Us": Using Traditional Tribal Beliefs to Address Animal Abuse and Family Violence Within Tribal Nations

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Marcy Wilhelm-South

Purdue University

Date 2017
Publication Title Mitchell Hamline Law Review
Volume 43
Issue 4
Pages 42
URL https://open.mitchellhamline.edu/mhlr/vol43/iss4/1/
Language English
Additional Language English
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  1. Animal abuse
  2. Animal roles
  3. Domestic violence
  4. Family
  5. open access
  6. tribes
  7. Violence
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