Posts Tagged: military coup

Cardenas, Sonia. Human Rights in Latin America : A Politics of Terror and Hope. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011: 1-17.

“Human Rights in Latin America: A Politics of Terror and Hope” by Sonia Cardenas, provides a look into the evolution of human rights in Latin America. She illustrates the initiatives that took place throughout Latin America’s counterculture movement which proceeded

Cardenas, Sonia. Human Rights in Latin America : A Politics of Terror and Hope. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011: 1-17.

“Human Rights in Latin America: A Politics of Terror and Hope” by Sonia Cardenas, provides a look into the evolution of human rights in Latin America. She illustrates the initiatives that took place throughout Latin America’s counterculture movement which proceeded

Sutton, B., & Norgaard, K. (2013). Cultures of Denial: Avoiding Knowledge of State Violations of Human Rights in Argentina and the United States. Sociological Forum, 28(3), 495-524.

The article “Cultures of Denial: Avoiding Knowledge of State Violations of Human Rights in Argentina and the United States” discusses the sociological tendencies that cause citizens to ignore human rights violations in their country. The study conducted in this article

Sutton, B., & Norgaard, K. (2013). Cultures of Denial: Avoiding Knowledge of State Violations of Human Rights in Argentina and the United States. Sociological Forum, 28(3), 495-524.

The article “Cultures of Denial: Avoiding Knowledge of State Violations of Human Rights in Argentina and the United States” discusses the sociological tendencies that cause citizens to ignore human rights violations in their country. The study conducted in this article

The Honduran Coup of 2009 and Its Impact On Human Rights

Honduras and its relationship to human rights is a product of the rest of the world’s progress. This country in Latin America has never held a space of predominant attention due to the western world’s domination of the international spheres.

The Honduran Coup of 2009 and Its Impact On Human Rights

Honduras and its relationship to human rights is a product of the rest of the world’s progress. This country in Latin America has never held a space of predominant attention due to the western world’s domination of the international spheres.