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12 (2) Societies Without Borders posted

Lisa Peters  /  Saturday, November 24, 2018  /  Categories: Just in Case  /  Rate this article:
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The full text of the latest issue of the Societies Without Borders journal is available in the law school's repository. Volume 12 Issue 2 focuses on social inclusion in a context of global migration.

Struggles over Universal Human Rights 
by Brian Gran

Social Inclusion in a Context of Global Migration - Introduction
by Loretta E. Bass

Immigrant Voices: How do patterns of expressive forms of civic engagement differ across immigrant generation?
by Renee Stepler and Hiromi Ishizawa

Determinants of Open Attitudes towards Foreign Nationals in Japan
by Shigmi Ohtsuki

Comparing Ignorance: Imagined Immigration and the Exclusion of Migrants in the US and Western Europe
by Daniel Herda

Radical Right-Wing Parties in Western Europe and their Populist Appeal: An Empirical Explanation
by Peter Doerschler and Pamela Irving Jackson

Global Human Rights Organizations and National Patterns Amnesty International's Representations of Darfur
by Joachim J. Savelsberg

Sorting out Concern: European Attitudes Toward Human Trafficking
by Jennifer Creek and Lindsey Peterson

The law library's repository contains the full run of the Societies Without Borders journal. The repository is open access, which means that anyone with internet access can
view and download the full text articles. 

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