Socializing states promoting human rights through international law

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Full title: Socializing states [electronic resource] : promoting human rights through international law / Ryan Goodman and Derek Jinks.
Main author: Goodman, Ryan.
Corporate Authors: Oxford Scholarship Online Law
Other authors: Jinks, Derek.
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505 0 |a Introduction : rethinking state socialization and international human rights law -- Three mechanisms of social influence -- Acculturation of states : the theoretical model -- Acculturation of states : the empirical record -- Conditional membership : socialization and the community delimitation -- Precision of legal obligations : socialization and rule-making -- Monitoring and enforcement : socialization and rule-breakers -- State acculturation and the problem of compliance -- Toward an integrated model of state socialization -- Conclusion: taking stock and future research. 
588 |a Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on Dec. 6, 2013). 
520 8 |a This title argues for a greater specification and a more comprehensive inventory of how international law influences relevant actors to improve human rights conditions. The book's aim is to improve the understanding of how norms operate in international society with a view to improving the capacity of global and domestic institutions to harness the processes through which human rights cultures are built. 
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650 0 |a International law and human rights. 
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