Abingdon, Oxfordshire ; New York : Routledge, 2006.
x, 208 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Lost in translation : the human rights ideal and international human rights law / Saladin Meckled-García and Başak Cali The law cannot be enough : human rights and the limits of legalism / Anthony Woodiwiss Putting law in its place : an interdisciplinary evaluation of national amnesty laws / Michael Freeman The virtues of legalization / Jack Donnelly Is the legalization of human rights really the problem : genocide in the Guatemalan Historical Clarification Commission / Richard Ashby Wilson Revisioning the role of law in women's human rights struggles / Ratna Kapur The bureaucratic gaze of international human rights law / David Chandler Veridictive discourses, shame, and judicialization in pursuit of freedom of association rights / Edward Weisband From the theory of discovery to the theory of recognition of indigenous rights : conventional international law in search of homeopathy / Natalia Alvarez Molinero Politics of reading human rights: inclusion and exclusion within the production of human rights / Upendra Baxi.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
STA K3240 .L445 2005
K3240 .L445 2005
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