9780520232389

Globalization and Human Rights

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  • ISBN13:

    9780520232389

  • ISBN10:

    0520232380

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2002-10-01
  • Publisher: Univ of California Pr

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Summary

How is "the global economy" effecting human rights and creating or alleviating human rights abuses in other countries? A look at the relation of globalization and international human rights, addressing a number of previously unexamined questions.

Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
vii
Acknowledgments ix
Introduction: Transnational Threats and Opportunities 1(18)
Alison Brysk
I. CITIZENSHIP
Who Has a Right to Rights? Citizenship's Exclusions in an Age of Migration
19(25)
Kristen Hill Maher
Tourism, Sex Work, and Women's Rights in the Dominican Republic
44(17)
Amalia Lucia Cabezas
II. COMMODIFICATION
Interpreting the Interaction of Global Markets and Human Rights
61(16)
Richard Falk
Economic Globalization and Rights: An Empirical Analysis
77(21)
Wesley T. Milner
Sweatshops and International Labor Standards: Globalizing Markets, Localizing Norms
98(17)
Raul C. Pangalangan
III. COMMUNICATION
The Ironies of Information Technology
115(18)
Shane Weyker
Globalization and the Social Construction of Human Rights Campaigns
133(15)
Clifford Bob
The Drama of Human Rights in a Turbulent, Globalized World
148(23)
James N. Rosenau
IV. COOPERATION
Transnational Civil Society Campaigns and the World Bank Inspection Panel
171(30)
Jonathan Fox
Humanitarian Intervention: Global Enforcement of Human Rights?
201(25)
Wayne Sandholtz
Human Rights, Globalizing Flows, and State Power
226(16)
Jack Donnelly
Conclusion: From Rights to Realities 242(15)
Alison Brysk
Works Cited 257(44)
Contributors 301(2)
Index 303

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