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Socializing states : promoting human rights through international law

Author: Ryan Goodman; Derek Jinks
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford Univ. Press, 2013.
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This book argues for a greater specification of how international law influences relevant actors to improve human rights. It argues that states are influenced via general social processes such as  Read more...

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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ryan Goodman; Derek Jinks
ISBN: 9780199300990 0199300992 9780199301003 019930100X
OCLC Number: 865109311
Awards: Winner of Winner of the 2014 ASIL Certificate of Merit for a Preeminent Contribution to Creative Scholarship.
Description: 1 online resource (VI, 240 S)
Contents: Table of Contents ; Chapter 1. Introduction: Rethinking State Socialization and International Human Rights Law ; A. The Empirical Study of International Law ; B. Objectives of the Project ; C. Theorizing State Socialization ; D. Advancing the Understanding of State Socialization ; E. Outline of the Book ; PART I. A THEORY OF INFLUENCE ; Chapter 2. Three Mechanisms of Social Influence ; A. Material inducement ; B. Persuasion ; C. Acculturation ; 1. Acculturation as Incomplete Internalization: Distinguishing Persuasion ; 2. Acculturation as Social Sanctions and Rewards: Distinguishing Material Inducement ; D. Illustration: Mechanisms of Influence in The Global Diffusion of Markets and Democracy ; Chapter 3. Acculturation of States: The Theoretical Model ; A. Socialization of the State ; B. Acculturation and the Patterns of State Practice ; 1. Isomorphism across states ; 2. Decoupling within states ; 3. Global integration correlation ; 4. Social networks correlation ; 5. Institutionalization correlation ; 6. Contagion effects: adoption by other states is a predictor of subsequent adoption ; 7. Lack of correlation with geopolitical vulnerability or with powerful states' interests ; 8. Discerning the Process of Micro-Acculturation: Qualitative analysis and case studies ; Chapter 4. Acculturation of States: The Empirical Record ; A. Studies Outside of Human Rights ; 1. Environmental policy and public education ; 2. Network effects ; B. Human rights studies ; 1. Constitutional design ; 2. Substantive rights protections: Children's rights and women's rights ; 3. Network effects and human rights ; 4. Regional/<"neighborhood>" effects: Simmons' Mobilizing for Human Rights ; C. Objections and Clarifications ; 1. Does our account assume acculturation spreads desirable laws and policies? ; 2. Could material inducements provide an equally plausible explanation of the observed behavior? ; 3. Is global-level acculturation driven by hegemonic interests? ; PART II. APPLICATIONS FOR INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS REGIME DESIGN ; Chapter 5. Conditional Membership: Socialization and the Community Delimitation ; A. Material inducement ; B. Persuasion ; C. Acculturation ; Chapter 6. Precision of Legal Obligations: Socialization and Rule-making ; A. Material inducement ; B. Persuasion ; C. Acculturation ; Chapter 7. Monitoring and Enforcement: Socialization and Rule-breakers ; A. Material inducement ; B. Persuasion ; C. Acculturation ; PART III. PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF STATE SOCIALIZATION ; Chapter 8. State Acculturation and the Problem of Compliance ; A. Acculturation without Decoupling ; B. Acculturation with <"Benign>" or <"Facilitative>" Decoupling ; C. Decoupling and <"Deep>" Reform ; D. Moving beyond Decoupling: The progression of acculturation ; 1. Domestic political opportunity structure ; 2. The <"civilizing force of hypocrisy>" I: External audience effects ; 3. The <"civilizing force of hypocrisy>" II: Internal <"audience>" effects ; 4. Escalating demands by global civil society ; 5. Evolutionary state learning ; 6. The causal dispensability of domestic civil society/NGOs ; E. Managing Decoupling: Designing institutions to reduce the gap ; Chapter 9. Toward an Integrated Model of State Socialization ; A. Taking Acculturation Seriously ; B. Negative Interactions between Mechanisms ; 1. Conveyance of prevalence information ; 2. Overjustification and social signaling ; 3. Overjustification and self-perception ; 4. Overjustification and self-determination ; 5. <"A fine is a price>" ; C. Sequencing Effects ; D. Conditions for Mechanism Success ; 1. Targeting Capacity and Target Actor Characteristics ; 2. Influence agent characteristics ; Chapter 10. Conclusion: Taking Stock and Future Research ; A. Our Major Empirical Claims ; B. Our Major Normative Applications ; C. Future Normative Work ; D. Future Empirical Work
Responsibility: Ryan Goodman and Derek Jinks.

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