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self-reflexive

Subject: Literature

A term applied to literary works that openly reflect upon their own processes of artful composition. Such self‐referentiality is frequently found in modern works of fiction that repeatedly ...

B'Tselem

B'Tselem   Reference library

Encyclopedia of Human Rights

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2009
Subject:
Law, Human Rights and Immigration, Social sciences
Length:
3,146 words

...search in 2006 revealed extensive worldwide coverage of B’Tselem's press releases, there is no independent study citing the Centre's direct impact on Israeli, Palestinian, or worldwide attitudes. Despite its overall congratulatory tone, B’Tselem's activity reports are also self-reflexive. For example, in 2004 the organization noted: “The grave human rights violations that once captured headlines have now become part of the routine to which Israelis are accustomed, and the public and media have become increasingly apathetic to such incidents.” Assessment The...

North-South Views on Human Rights

North-South Views on Human Rights   Reference library

Encyclopedia of Human Rights

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Subject Reference
Current Version:
2009
Subject:
Law, Human Rights and Immigration, Social sciences
Length:
3,637 words

...the NSD “fading” suggests “a more pragmatic mood at the UN.” Outside the patterns of South diplomacy at the UN, however, it is not clear how its new forms may further contribute to the future of human rights. It is on this register that one needs to go beyond SHRD to more reflexively address (Baxi) the patterns of movement solidarity that mark a shift away from reconfiguration of North/South solidarities, conceived not merely as “the amalgamation of fixed interests,” but rather as questioning solidarity practices “as generative, as actively shaping...

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