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Exploring International Human Rights

Essential Readings

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Bringing together key selections that represent the full range of philosophical debates, policy analyses, and first-hand accounts, the editors offer a comprehensive and accessible set of readings on the major themes and issues in the field of international human rights. The reader has been carefully designed to enhance students' understanding not only of human rights, but also of differing perspectives on the topic. This title offers a comprehensive and accessible set of readings on the major themes and issues in the field of international human rights.

Author Biography

Rhonda L. Callaway is assistant professor of political science at Sam Houston State University. Julie Harrelson-Stephens is assistant professor of political science at Stephen F. Austin University.
Release date Australia
June 15th, 2007
Contributors
Edited by Julie Harrelson-Stephens Edited by Rhonda L. Callaway
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc
Pages
300
Dimensions
150x226x18
ISBN-13
9781588264374
Product ID
1712457

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