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Title Interdisciplinary perspectives on human dignity and human rights / edited by Hoda Mahmoudi and Michael L. Penn.

Published Bingley, UK : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2020.
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Edition First edition.
Physical description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Intro; FM; Half Title Page; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; About the Contributors; Introduction; Human Dignity: A Notion Defined, A Defining Notion; Human Dignity: A History; Defining Dignity, Defining Rights: Vectors and Geographies of Dignity; Outside the Lines: Human Dignity and Human Evil; Toward A Universal Dignity: Human Dignity as Foreshadowing Human Rights; The Structure of the Book; Chapters; References; Section one: Theory/Discourse; Chapter 1: Universal Consciousness of Human Dignity; Introduction; One People; Human Dignity; Collective Consciousness of Human Dignity
Rethinking Relationships that Sustain the Social OrderConclusion; References; Chapter 2: Toward a Principle of Human Dignity; What is a Principle of Human Dignity?; Why is the Principle of Human Dignity Needed?; How Can a Principle of Human Dignity Be Created?; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3: Reframing Human Dignity; Introduction; Meaning and Discourse; The Role of Interpretive Frames Within Discourse; Deep Frames; The Social Command Frame; The Social Contest Frame; The Social Body Frame; Reframing Human Dignity; Human Dignity within the Social Command Frame
Human Dignity within the Social Contest FrameHuman Dignity within the Social Body Frame; Practical Implications; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: Promoting Human Rights and Human Dignity in an Axial Age; Introduction; The Twentieth Century and the Dawn of the Consciousness of the Oneness of Humankind; Protection of Human Dignity Requires Recognition of the Oneness of Humankind; References to Human Dignity Proliferate; An Overly Materialistic Focus in Human Rights and Development Discourse; Human Dignity, The Human Spirit, and Human Rights; References
Chapter 5: How does Dignity Ground Human Rights?Introduction; Defining Human Dignity; Linking Human Dignity and Human Rights; An Overlapping Consensus Approach; Four Concluding Observations; References; Chapter 6: Honor-based Violence in Pakistan and Its Eradication through the Development of Cultural and Jurisprudential Ethos of Human Dignity; Introduction; Factual basis of Honor Killings; The Pakistani Culture; A Culture of Interdependence; An Honor/Shame-based Culture; Who are the Actors and Whose Perceptions Matter?; Shame Versus Guilt; Women's Sexuality and Shame
Collective Shame and Collective ResponsibilityJudgments of Deserving: Political, Legal, and Religious Factors; Reconstructing the Movement Against Honor Violence in Pakistan; De-Politicizing the Movement's Narrative; Creating A "Change from Within": Using Islam to Deconstruct Religious Legitimacy of Gender-based Violence; Religious Interpretative Tools for a Feminist Movement; Promoting Women's Participation and Representation; Increasing Women's Literacy and Scholarship; Making Room for Male Advocacy; Application of International Law and Notions
Notes Developing a Cultural Ethos of Human Dignity
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on November 25, 2019).
Other author Mahmoudi, Hoda, editor.
Penn, Michael L., editor.
ProQuest (Firm)
Subject Human rights.
Local series Proquest Ebook Central
ISBN 9781789738230 electronic book
1789738237 electronic book
9781789738223
1789738229