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35 Hum. Rts. Q. iii (2013)
Issue 3

handle is hein.journals/hurq35 and id is 551 raw text is: HUMAN RIGHTS QUARTERLY
VOLUME 35, NUMBER 3
Contents

Articles
Ann Marie Clark  539 Information Effects and Human
Kathryn Sikkink      Rights Data: Is the Good News
About Increased Human Rights
Information Bad News for Hu-
man Rights Measures?
Alexander Dukalskis  569 Measuring Acceptance of In-
Robert C. Johansen     ternational Enforcement of Hu-
man Rights: The United States,
Asia, and the International
Criminal Court
Satvinder Singh Juss  598 Sikh Cremations and the Re-
Imagining of the Clash of Cul-
tures
Nukhet A. Sandal  631  Public Theologies of Human
Rights and Citizenship: The
Case of Turkey's Christians
Carla M. Zoethout  651  Ritual Slaughter and the Freedom
of Religion: Some Reflections
on a Stunning Matter
Wendy Guns   673 The Influence of the Feminist
Anti-Abortion NGOs as Norm
Setters at the Level of the UN:
Contesting UN Norms on Re-
productive Autonomy, 1995-
2005
Lars Waldorf  701 Getting the Gunpowder out
of Their Heads: The Limits of
Rights-Based DDR

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