Table of contents for Globalization and human rights / Alison Brysk, editor.


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Acknowledgments

Introduction: Transnational Threats and Opportunities

Alison Brysk

I. Citizenship

1. Who Has a Right to Rights?

Citizenship's Exclusions in an Age of Migration

Kristen Hill Maher

2. Tourism, Sex Work, and Women's Rights in the Dominican Republic

Amalia Lucia Cabezas

II. Commodification

3. Interpreting the Interaction of Global Markets and Human Rights

Richard Falk

4. Economic Globalization and Rights: An Empirical Analysis

Wesley T. Milner

5. Sweatshops and International Labor Standards: Globalizing Markets, Localizing Norms

Raul Pangalangan

III. Communication

6. The Ironies of Information Technology

Shane Weyker

7. Globalization and the Social Construction of Human Rights Campaigns

Clifford Bob

8. The Drama of Human Rights in a Turbulent, Globalized World

James Rosenau

IV. Cooperation

9. Transnational Civil Society and the World Bank Inspection Panel

Jonathan Fox

10. Humanitarian Intervention: Global Enforcement of Human Rights?

Wayne Sandholtz

11. Human Rights, Globalizing Flows, and State Power

Jack Donnelly

Conclusion: From Rights to Realities

Alison Brysk

Works Cited

Contributors

Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Human rights, Globalization