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Title Human rights / David Haugen and Susan Musser, book editors.
Publication Detroit : Greenhaven Press/Gale/Cengage Learning, 2013.
Description 237 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm.
Call # 323 H
Series Opposing viewpoints series
Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "Human Rights: Opposing Viewpoints is the leading source for libraries and classrooms in need of current-issue materials. The viewpoints are selected from a wide range of highly respected sources and publications"-- Provided by publisher.
Contents ch. 1. What is the status of human rights worldwide? Human rights are universal and should be promoted in every country worldwide / Dip Djungdjungan Summa -- End human rights imperialism now / Stephen Kinzer -- China is making significant progress toward improving human rights / Li Guowen -- China is not making significant progress toward improving human rights / Amnesty International -- Middle Eastern women still face slow progress in overcoming oppression / Sanja Kelly -- The West misrepresents the oppression of Middle Eastern women / Lila Abu-Lughod -- ch. 2. How should the US government address human rights issues? The United States should join the International Criminal Court / Butch Bracknell -- The United States should not join the International Criminal Court / Brett D. Schaefer and Steven Groves -- The United States is a leader in the promotion of LGBT human rights / Hillary Rodham Clinton -- The mythology of a human rights leader: how the United States has failed sexual minorities at home and abroad / Stacey L. Sobel -- ch. 3. What is the impact of religion on human rights? Religious freedom as a human right is being threatened worldwide / Eric Schulzke -- Freedom of religion threatens freedom of speech / Miklos Haraszti -- Islam is incompatible with human rights / Austin Dacey and Colin Koproske -- Many Muslims mistakenly believe human rights are incompatible with Islam / Asma T. Uddin -- The Catholic Church limits women's and reproductive rights / Nancy Northup -- Legislative mandates on women's and reproductive rights infringe on religious freedom / John Garvey -- ch. 4. Are all rights human rights? Access to water is an inalienable human right / Maude Barlow -- Fundamental human need / Business Recorder -- Internet access is not a human right / Vinton G. Cerf -- Internet access is a human right / JD Rucker.
Subject Human rights.
Addl. Author Haugen, David M., 1969-
Musser, Susan.
ISBN 9780737747737 (hardback)
0737747730 (hardback)
9780737747744 (paperback) :
0737747749 (paperback)

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 Marcy YA Non-Fic  323 H    DUE 06-23-21