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Case studies on human rights in Japan

Author: Roger Goodman; Ian Neary
Publisher: Richmond, Surrey : Japan Library, ©1996.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roger Goodman; Ian Neary
ISBN: 1873410352 9781873410356
OCLC Number: 35294491
Description: viii, 309 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: In search of human rights in Japan / Ian Neary --
The role of bureaucracy in the enforcement of human rights / Jayan Patel --
Identity, otherness and migrant labour in Japan / Kathianne Hingwan --
Flags and fanfares : the Hinomaru flag and Kimigayo anthem / Denise Cripps --
On introducing the UN Convention of Rights of the Child into Japan / Roger Goodman --
Human rights in the Japanese mental health system / Michele Reilly --
Patients' rights : organ transplantation and brain death in Japan / Howard Mulvey --
Obasuteyama in modern Japan : ageing, ageism, and government policy / Jonathan Ferries --
Individuals against the state? The politics of opposition to the re-emergence of the state Shinto / David Forfar --
Japanese human rights practice abroad : a case study of exporting hazardous industrial activities / Mika Ichihara
Responsibility: edited by Roger Goodman and Ian Neary.
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