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Women and Global Human Rights
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Woolf, Linda. 2010. “Women and Global Human Rights”. TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology, April. Washington DC: American Sociological Association.


Large-scale human rights violations against women are not simply theoretical constructs or isolated historical events (e.g. the treatment of women under Taliban rule). Unfortunately, systematic violations of women's most basic human rights are all too common and either explicitly or implicitly supported both culturally and legally around the globe. To...

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Peace, War, World Conflict, and Conflict Resolution
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College 400

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