Human Rights: Politics and Practice by Michael GoodhartHuman Rights: Politics and Practice by Michael Goodhart

Human Rights: Politics and Practice

byMichael Goodhart

Paperback | April 13, 2016

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Taking a multidisciplinary, contributed approach, this third edition of Human Rights provides the foundations of the discipline from a wide range of perspectives. Through extensive case studies of the most up-to-date material, students will see the real-world applications of theory and developcritical analysis skills.
Michael Goodhart is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Pittsburgh, USA. He holds has secondary appointments in Philosophy and in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies.
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Title:Human Rights: Politics and PracticeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:512 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.03 inPublished:April 13, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198708769

ISBN - 13:9780198708766

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Table of Contents

Michael Goodhart: IntroductionPart I: Human Rights and Politics1. Anthony J. Langlois: Normative and Theoretical Foundations of Human Rights2. Brooke Ackerly: Human Rights as a Critique of Power: Feminist and Non-Western Approaches3. Tim Dunne and Marianne Hanson: Human Rights in International Relations4. Rhona K. M. Smith: Human Rights in International Law5. Sonia Cardenas: Human Rights in Comparative Politics6. Damien Short: Sociological and Anthropological Approaches7. David Chandler: The Critique of Human Rights8. Todd Landman and Larissa Kersten: Measuring Human RightsPart II: Human Rights in Practice9. Marlies Glasius and Doutje Lettinga: Global Civil Society and Human Rights10. Roja Fazaeli: Religion and Human Rights NEW11. Christine Keating and Cynthia Burack: Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Human Rights12. Sakiko Fukuda-Parr: Human Rights and Politics in Development13. David L. Richards: Economic Globalization and Human Rights14. Christian Davenport: Political Democracy and State Repression of Minorities15. William F. Schulz: Torture16. Andrea M. Bertone: Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation17. Vanessa Pupavac: Children's Human Rights18. Gil Loescher: Human Rights and Forced Migration19. Paul Havemann: Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights20. Scott Straus: Genocide and Human Rights21. Alan J. Kuperman: Humanitarian Intervention22. Joanna R. Quinn: Transitional Justice23. John Barry and Kerri Woods: Human Rights and the Environment

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"The best comprehensive text I have found for an introductory human rights course." --Jeff Bachmann, The American University, USA