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Human Rights: Case Studies

Research information and library resources on many aspects of human rights; Librarian David Vassar, Editor.

Experiential Exercises

The sites on this page are recommended by Prof. T. Maschi.

--United Nations. (1994). Human rights and social work: A manual for schools of social work and the social work profession. Geneva: United Nations Centre for Human Rights. Retrieved from  (CASE STUDY VIGNETTES ON PAGE 48 IN THE APPENDIX).

--Reichert, E. (2007). Understanding human rights: An exercise book. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 2006. (END OF CHAPTER EXERCISES). Call number: HV41.R435 2006 (LC WC)

--Wronka, J. (2008). Human rights and social justice: Social action and service for the helping and health professions. Los Angeles, CA: SAGE, 2008. (END OF CHAPTER DISCUSSION QUESTIONS AND EXERCISES). Call number: HV41.W76 2008 (RH LC WC)



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