The Politics of Human Rights in Australia
Australia has traditionally lacked a strong ‘rights’ culture. While fairness and equality have been proudly exalted as trademarks of the national mindset, the authors of The Politics of Human Rights in Australia argue that these same characteristics may equate to a form of cultural complacency. The book offers the first comprehensive account of Australia’s protection of human rights from a political science perspective.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Date Published: 2012
Book Condition: Near fine soft cover showing minimal cover and edge wear.
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