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Advocating Dignity : Human Rights Mobilizations in Global Politics / Jean H. Quataert.

By: Quataert, Jean H [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Pennsylvania Studies in Human Rights.Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : University of Pennsylvania Press, [2009]Copyright date: ©2009Description: 1 online resource (376 pages) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780812206128.Subject(s): Citizenship | Ethnic conflict | Human rights | Citizenship | Ethnic conflict | Human rights | Human Rights | Political Science | Politik | Social Sciences | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Human RightsDDC classification: 323 | 323 Online resources: De Gruyter Rights, Action, and Social Responsibility
Contents:
Frontmatter -- Contents -- Illustrations -- Preface -- Introduction. The New Moral Order: Between Human Dignity and Territorial Sovereignty -- Chapter 1. Raising the Bar, 1900–1949 -- Introduction -- Chapter 2. Cold War Politics and Human Rights Publics: The International Antiapartheid and Soviet Dissident Movements, 1952–90 -- Chapter 3. Mothers’ Courage and U.N. Monitoring of Disappearance, 1973–83 -- Introduction -- Chapter 4. The Gender Factor since the 1970s: Universality and the Private Sphere -- Chapter 5. Citizenship, Socioeconomic Rights, and the Courts in the Age of Transnational Migrations -- Introduction -- Chapter 6. Ethnic Violence, Humanitarian Intervention, and Criminal Accountability in the 1990s -- Chapter 7. September 2001 and History -- Conclusion. Making a Difference -- Notes -- Index.
Title is part of eBook package:Penn eBook Package Backlist 2000-2013Title is part of eBook package:Penn Press eBook Package Complete CollectionTitle is part of eBook package:Penn Press eBook Package Law & Political ScienceSummary: Advocating Dignity is a detailed historical account of the emergence, development, and impact of the global human rights revolution. Drawing on graphic case studies from various global settings, it narrates the hopes and bitter struggles that have altered the course of international and domestic relations since 1945.Summary: Rights, Action, and Social Responsibility: Public debates surrounding immigration policy, climate change, international relations, and constitutional and human rights are currently at the forefront of our national discourse. Critical reasoning, supported through academic research is needed. As a result, De Gruyter, along with its partner presses, is making freely available books and journal articles across nine topical areas for all students and faculty. Broadening access to this scholarship enables more people to address these issues in an informed manner: it helps us combat false news sources, to consider the nature of truth and ethics, and to understand the struggles of all members of society.
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Frontmatter -- Contents -- Illustrations -- Preface -- Introduction. The New Moral Order: Between Human Dignity and Territorial Sovereignty -- Chapter 1. Raising the Bar, 1900–1949 -- Introduction -- Chapter 2. Cold War Politics and Human Rights Publics: The International Antiapartheid and Soviet Dissident Movements, 1952–90 -- Chapter 3. Mothers’ Courage and U.N. Monitoring of Disappearance, 1973–83 -- Introduction -- Chapter 4. The Gender Factor since the 1970s: Universality and the Private Sphere -- Chapter 5. Citizenship, Socioeconomic Rights, and the Courts in the Age of Transnational Migrations -- Introduction -- Chapter 6. Ethnic Violence, Humanitarian Intervention, and Criminal Accountability in the 1990s -- Chapter 7. September 2001 and History -- Conclusion. Making a Difference -- Notes -- Index.

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Advocating Dignity is a detailed historical account of the emergence, development, and impact of the global human rights revolution. Drawing on graphic case studies from various global settings, it narrates the hopes and bitter struggles that have altered the course of international and domestic relations since 1945.

Rights, Action, and Social Responsibility: Public debates surrounding immigration policy, climate change, international relations, and constitutional and human rights are currently at the forefront of our national discourse. Critical reasoning, supported through academic research is needed. As a result, De Gruyter, along with its partner presses, is making freely available books and journal articles across nine topical areas for all students and faculty. Broadening access to this scholarship enables more people to address these issues in an informed manner: it helps us combat false news sources, to consider the nature of truth and ethics, and to understand the struggles of all members of society.

Electronic reproduction. Philadelphia, Pa. : University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009. Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Web browser. Access may be restricted to users at subscribing institutions.

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Jean H. Quataert is Professor of History at Binghamton University, State University of New York, and author of several books, including Staging Philanthropy: Patriotic Women and the National Imagination in Dynastic Germany, 1813-1916.

In English.

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