nontribal

nontribal

(ˌnɒnˈtraɪbəl)
adj
(Anthropology & Ethnology) not related to, originating from, or involving a tribe or tribes
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* www.llu.edu/llu/sph/ophp/nahi/documents/llu_risksurvey.pdf -- Here you'll find the Risk Community Training Assessment Instrument that the authors of "Optimizing Environmental Health Training Outcomes: A Case Study of Tribal and Nontribal Trainees" used to measure knowledge, skills, and abilities related to workplace crisis and risk communication strategies.
It is this "narrowness" of conventional risk assessment that has spawned skepticism among many community members, both tribal and nontribal, about the use of traditional risk-based decisions.
The construction of a sacred grove is one of the first communal tasks migrant Santals undertake when they settle in a new, alien location, especially in nontribal areas.
Migration of nontribal peoples into less populated tribal areas is at the root of many problems in that region.
He suggests, for example, that nontribal residents of Native American lands be afforded some voice in reservation governance through nonvoting representation in tribal councils, a proposal oriented more to communitarian conceptions of political justice than individualistic liberal ones.
Larry Wetsit, Nemont's customer affairs manager, estimated that more than 1,000 of the program participants are tribal residents, although participation from nontribal consumers also is growing, and today stands at 250 subscribers.
(293) Fisheries off West Coast States and in the Western Pacific; Pacific Coast Groundfish Fishery; Final 1999 ABC, OY, and Tribal and Nontribal Allocations for Pacific Whiting, 64 Fed.
The benefits of such a regime observed in tribal courts likely are wholly transferable to nontribal communities.
Marcum,37 which held that an arrest by a nontribal officer of a tribe member on a reservation was invalid because it did not comport with the extradition requirements of the Navajo code.
This Note argues that the FCC's proposed tribal and state jurisdiction policies deter eligible telecommunications companies ("telcos") from serving tribal and nontribal land, because the process of petitioning the state or federal commission to determine jurisdiction takes time and goes against the principles of tribal sovereignty.
Back then, nontribal progressives and conservatives alike viewed proliferating dams as cause for celebration.
The nontribal fleet protested the new regulations at first, but a court ordered them into effect.