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Title : 21A.225J Violence, Human Rights, and Justice (MIT)

Description : This course examines the contemporary problem of political violence and the way that human rights have been conceived as a means to protect and promote freedom, peace and justice for citizens against the abuses of the state.

Fromsemester : Fall

Fromyear : 2004

Creator :

Date : 2015-06-19T00:40:43+05:00

Relation : 21A.225J

Relation : SP.621J

Relation : WGS.621J

Language : en-US

Subject : Anthropology

Subject : political

Subject : violence

Subject : human rights

Subject : freedom

Subject : peace

Subject : justice

Subject : citizens

Subject : state

Subject : historical debates

Subject : cultural

Subject : natural

Subject : western European

Subject : moral values

Subject : differences

Subject : culture

Subject : religion

Subject : gender

Subject : relationships

Subject : individuals

Subject : collective groups

Subject : ethnography

Subject : case studies

Subject : conflict

Subject : globe

Subject : war crimes tribunals

Subject : truth commissions

Subject : individual

Subject : collective

Subject : traumas

Subject : rule of law

Subject : representative governance

Subject : 21A.225

Subject : SP.621

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