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Andreassen, Sano, & McInerney-Lankford: Research Methods in Human Rights: A Handbook

Andreassen, Sano, & McInerney-Lankford: Research Methods in Human Rights: A Handbook

Bård A. Andreassen (Univ. of Oslo – Norwegian Centre for Human Rights), Hans-Otto Sano (Danish Institute for Human Rights), & Siobhán McInerney-Lankford (World Bank) have published Research Methods in Human Rights: A Handbook (Edward Elgar Publishing 2017). Contents include:
  • Bård A. Andreassen, Hans-Otto Sano & Siobhán McInerney-Lankford, Human rights research method
  • Martin Scheinin, The art and science of interpretation in human rights law
  • Siobhán McInerney-Lankford, Legal methodologies and human rights research: Challenges and opportunities
  • Hilde Bondevik & Inga Bostad, Core principles in argumentation and understanding: Hermeneutics and human rights
  • Edward Anderson, Economics and human rights
  • Steven L. B. Jensen & Roland Burke, From the normative to the transnational: Methods in the study of human rights history
  • Sally Engle Merry, The potential of ethnographic methods for human rights research
  • Malcolm Langford, Interdisciplinarity and multimethod research
  • George Ulrich, Research ethics for human rights researchers
  • Bård A. Andreassen, Comparative analyses of human rights performance
  • Hans-Otto Sano & Tomas Max Martin, Inside the organization. Methods of researching human rights and organizational dynamics
  • Margaret Satterthwaite & Daniel Kacinski, Quantitative methods in advocacy oriented human rights research
  • Simon Walker, Challenges of Human Rights Measurement
  • Kirsteen Shields, Methods of monitoring the right to food
  • Anna-Luise Chané & Arjun Sharma, Social network analysis in human rights research
  • Dimitrina Petrova, Researching discrimination
  • Laura Ferguson, Assessing work at the intersection of health and human rights: why? how? and who?
  • Anne Hellum, Studying how to study human rights in plural legal contexts: An exploration of plural water laws in Zimbabwe

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