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On another different note, the author addresses on the issue of the international system of human rights with gender violence. The main concern involves exploring the effectiveness of translation of the international laws into the indigenous societies and particularly on women. According to his remarks, he seems to be unsatisfied with the role of the local laws in curbing violence against women. To ascertain his arguments, he reviews a rape case that was removed out of court using a custom in Fiji, Southern America. Additionally, he outlines the story of a lady who decided to seek justice from the international court of law since the local courts were unjust.Despite how the international human rights system promotes cultural imperialism, the author ascertains that the system is very useful in stopping violence against women at local level(Merry, 2006).
The piece of writing directly relates to cultural anthropology in that, it examines the sociocultural practices that hinder protection of women’s rights against violence. The article fully describes how the different communities perceive the international human rights law in relation to their local experiences. Another important aspect related to cultural anthropology is the evolution of the cultures after the end of the colonization era(Merry, 2006). During the nineteenth century, many societies resisted the human rights ideas advocated for by the international organizations such as UN. The translators had a hard time while placing the human rights in the local systems. In particular, the human rights activists and the societies conceived gender violence differently(Merry, 2006).
Some human rights ruled out women circumcision, rape and early marriages. On the other hand, the local communities justified women circumcision and early marriages as they shaped the human behaviours. Later, in the twentieth century, the human rights activists partly achieved the realization of the women’s rights in
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