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Book description: Comprehensive human rights textbook which takes politics students beyond a legal approach to human rights, combining coverage of core approaches with detailed studies of key issues; Makes extensive use of case studies to illustrate key points and emphasize the practical and political dynamics of human rights; Takes a multi-disciplinary approach, drawing together contributions from political and social scientists, philosophers, lawyers, and policy experts; Ensures that students are up to date with cutting edge research in a constantly evolving field; Includes practical chapters and well-received pedagogical features.

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