A Research Agenda for Human Rights / edited by Michael Stohl, Alison Brysk.
- Cheltenham, Gloucestershire ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar, 
- Elgar research agendas
Elgar research agendas
1 online resource (202 p.).
- Human rights.
- Front Matter
1 Introduction to A Research Agenda for Human Rights: Generations of human rights scholarship
2 The study of human rights history: A corpus-based linguistic approach to 'human rights' in thenineteenth-century British press
3 Humanitarianism: Coping in the void
4 'People out of place': Developing a human rights research agenda on internally displaced persons
5 International human rights law: Progress and prospects
6 The future of transitional justice: Mercy or impunity?
7 Academic freedom as a human right
8 Socio-economic rights: Consolidating progress, charting future directions
9 Women's rights: Then and now
10 Inhumane environments: Global violence against environmental justice activists as a human rights violation
11 The public, the private, and the business-societal: A threefold approach to business responsibility for human rights
12 Understanding human rights at the local level
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
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- Stohl, Michael, 1947-
Brysk, Alison, 1960-
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