The Human Rights Culture: A Study in History and Context

Thoughtful and provocative exploration of the human rights movement and its development as a sociological and historical trend. Unlike the typical legal or philosophical approach to human rights, this books asks why it pervades modern culture. Applies the analysis to issues of women and minorities, language and culture, privacy, religion, individualism and state sovereignty. Includes references.

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About Lawrence M. Friedman

Senior Professor of law and legal history at Stanford University.

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