Debating Human Rights in China A Conceptual and Political History
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 5/14/2002
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Debating Human Rights in China: Introductory Perspectives|
|The Conception of Human Rights in the West: Historical Origin and Contemporary Controversies|
|Culture and Human Rights: Between Universalism and Relativism|
|China and the Introduction of Western Thought|
|Ideas of Human Rights in the Early Twentieth Century: The Quest for National Salvation|
|The New Culture Movement and Beyond: Human Rights and the Liberation of the Individual|
|The Nanking Decade, 1927-1937: Liberal and Radical Voices on Human Rights|
|Human Rights Debates in Wartime China: Between Individual Freedom and National Salvation|
|The 1950s: Human Rights Debates on Two Sides of the Taiwan Strait|
|The Domestic Challenge over Human Rights: The Democracy Wall Activists and the Official Reaction, 1978-1982|
|A Contested and Evolving Discourse: Human Rights Debates since the Late 1980s|
|The Chinese Human Rights Debate: Conclusion and Prospects|
|About the Author|