Human Rights,Globalism and Cultural Values: Universality and the Nation State
Examines the apparent conflict between human rights and cultural values within Nation States and between universality and nationalism.
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International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp.1-6.
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John Betton graduated with a doctorate from the University of South Carolina following twelve years working in Europe. He is Professor of Comparative Mangement Systems at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse where he teaches classes in business and human rights as well as occasional courses in the environmental studies program. His research has appeared in The Academy of Mangement Review and Labor Law journal as well as more interdisciplinary publications such as Social Forces and Journal of Genocide Research.
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