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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 The Social Work of Narrative : Human Rights and the Cultural Imaginary
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'This book addresses the ways in which a range of representational forms have influenced and helped implement the project of human rights across the world, and seeks to show how public discourses on law and politics grow out of and are influenced by the imaginative representations of human rights. It draws on a multi-disciplinary approach, using historical, literary, anthropological, visual arts, and media studies methods and readings, and covers a wider range of geographic areas than has previously been attempted. A series of specifically-commissioned essays by leading scholars in the field and by emerging young academics show how a multidisciplinary approach can illuminate this central concern.'  (Publication summary)

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    • Stuttgart,
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      Germany,
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      Western Europe, Europe,
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      ibidem-Verlag ,
      2018 .
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      Extent: viii, 398 pp.
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      • Publication date 22 March 2018

      ISBN: 9783838208589
      Series: Studies of World Literature in English Peter Lang (publisher), 1992 series - publisher This series encompasses criticism of modern English-language literature from outside the United States, Great Britain, and Ireland, concentrating on literature by writers from Canada, Africa, Asia, the Pacific, and the Caribbean.
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