Translating human rights in turkey elif m babl series stanford studies in middle eastern and islamic societies and cultures buy this book human rights advocates constantly grapple with how to persuade countries to adopt human rights bureaucratic intimacies tackles this important question and depicts the tensions between turkish . Elif m babl bureaucratic intimacies translating human rights in turkey translating human rights in turkey elif m babl examines the globally acclaimed concept human rights and its daily configurations manifested by government officials such as judges prosecutors . Bureaucratic intimacies translating human rights in turkey by elif m babl review elif ege human rights quarterly volume 40 number 2 may 2018 pp 474 478 review translating human rights in turkey stanford university press 2017 isbn 9781503601895 230 pages. Human rights are politically fraught in turkey provoking suspicion and scrutiny among government workers for their anti establishment left wing connotations nevertheless with eyes worldwide trained on turkish politics and with accession to the european union underway turkeys human rights . Human rights are politically fraught in turkey nevertheless turkeys human rights record remains a key indicator of its governmental legitimacy bureaucratic intimacies shows how government workers encounter human rights rhetoric through training programs and articulates the perils and promises of
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