Human Rights, or Citizenship?
Graduate studies at Western
Birkbeck Law Press (2010)
|Abstract||Citizenship and human rights in tension : changes, issues and approaches -- Privileging human rights -- The illusive promise of human rights -- Politics and legalism -- Back to citizenship, an agonistic conception.|
|Keywords||Human rights Citizenship Political ethics Social ethics|
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