Beyond the law : multi-disciplinary perspectives on human rights / Frans Viljoen (editor) ; assisted by Jehoshaphat Njau.

Material type: TextTextPretoria : Pretoria University Law Press ( PULP), 2012Description: xxii, 307 pages ; online resourceContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781920538088Subject(s): Human rights -- Africa | Law and the social sciences | Human rightsOnline resources: View / Download PDF
Contents:
Introduction : Disciplinary beyondness : a background to the conference and collection papers / Frans Viljoen --
On the interactions between law and social science in the understanding and implementation of human rights / Michael Freeman --
Political cultures in conflict : analysing constitutional litigation in South Africa / Richard Maiman --
Beyond juridical approaches : what role can the gender perspective play in interrogating the right to health in Africa? / Ben Kiromba Twinomugisha --
Reasons for rights : a qualitative approach to rights among HIV advocacy groups / Kristi Kenyon --
How sociology enriches human rights : the case study of Malawi's first openly-gay couple / Joseph Mlenga --
Demystifying human rights : a socio-legal approach to the political framing of migrant workers' rights in Africa / Aishah Namukasa --
Theorising children's rights as a multi- and inter-disciplinary field of study / Rushiella Songca --
The right to education as a basis for human rights education : an interface between human rights and education / Chongo Chitupila --
The role of personal narratives in Egypt's 2011 Spring Revolution / Rebecca Wright --
Policed perceptions, masked realities : human rights and law enforcement in Kenyan popular art / Humphrey Sipalla & Karest Lewela --
Justice 'beyond' the law in The secret in their eyes : rights of victims and offenders in the post-sentencing phase / Annette van der Merwe --
Narrative research seven human rights law : a case study of Rwanda / Cori Wielenga --
Steve Biko's death : the role of medicine, law and their organised professions / Servaas Rossouw & Nico Buidendag.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 294-307).

Introduction : Disciplinary beyondness : a background to the conference and collection papers / Frans Viljoen --

On the interactions between law and social science in the understanding and implementation of human rights / Michael Freeman --

Political cultures in conflict : analysing constitutional litigation in South Africa /
Richard Maiman --

Beyond juridical approaches : what role can the gender perspective play in interrogating the right to health in Africa? / Ben Kiromba Twinomugisha --

Reasons for rights : a qualitative approach to rights among HIV advocacy groups / Kristi Kenyon --

How sociology enriches human rights : the case study of Malawi's first openly-gay couple / Joseph Mlenga --

Demystifying human rights : a socio-legal approach to the political framing of migrant workers' rights in Africa / Aishah Namukasa --

Theorising children's rights as a multi- and inter-disciplinary field of study / Rushiella Songca --

The right to education as a basis for human rights education : an interface between human rights and education / Chongo Chitupila --

The role of personal narratives in Egypt's 2011 Spring Revolution / Rebecca Wright --

Policed perceptions, masked realities : human rights and law enforcement in Kenyan popular art / Humphrey Sipalla & Karest Lewela --

Justice 'beyond' the law in The secret in their eyes : rights of victims and offenders in the post-sentencing phase / Annette van der Merwe --

Narrative research seven human rights law : a case study of Rwanda / Cori Wielenga --

Steve Biko's death : the role of medicine, law and their organised professions / Servaas Rossouw & Nico Buidendag.

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