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Human rights : an anthropological reader

Contributor(s): Goodale, Mark [ed.].
Publisher: Chichester Wiley - blackwell 2009Description: ix, 406p.ISBN: 9781405183345.Subject(s): Human rights | Anthropological ethicsDDC classification: 323 | H88 Summary: This innovative reader brings together key works that demonstratethe important and unique contributions anthropologists have made tothe understanding and practice of human rights over the last 60years. Draws on a range of intellectual and methodological approachesto reveal both the ambiguities and potential of the postwar humanrights project Brings together essays by both contemporary luminaries andseminal figures to provide a rich introduction to the subject Supplemented with selected international human rights documents and links to websites on human rights
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This innovative reader brings together key works that demonstratethe important and unique contributions anthropologists have made tothe understanding and practice of human rights over the last 60years.
Draws on a range of intellectual and methodological approachesto reveal both the ambiguities and potential of the postwar humanrights project
Brings together essays by both contemporary luminaries andseminal figures to provide a rich introduction to the subject
Supplemented with selected international human rights documents and links to websites on human rights

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