Recursive cosmopolitization: Argentina and the global Human Rights Regime.

@article{Lvy2010RecursiveCA,
  title={Recursive cosmopolitization: Argentina and the global Human Rights Regime.},
  author={Daniel L{\'e}vy},
  journal={The British journal of sociology},
  year={2010},
  volume={61 3},
  pages={
          579-96
        }
}
This paper illustrates how varieties of cosmopolitanism are shaped through a mutually constitutive set of cultural dispositions and institutional practices that emerge at the interstices of global human right norms and local legal practices. Converging pressures of 'cosmopolitan imperatives' and the multiplicity of particularized manifestations are co-evolving in the context of intercrossings during which distinctive cosmopolitanisms are established. This complex relationship of global… CONTINUE READING

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