Socializing States: Promoting Human Rights through International Law

  title={Socializing States: Promoting Human Rights through International Law},
  author={Ryan Goodman and Derek P. Jinks},
  journal={Ethics \&\#x0026; International Affairs},
  pages={121 - 121}
Table of Contents Chapter 1. Introduction: Rethinking State Socialization and International Human Rights Law A. The Empirical Study of International Law B. Objectives of the Project C. Theorizing State Socialization D. Advancing the Understanding of State Socialization E. Outline of the Book PART I. A THEORY OF INFLUENCE Chapter 2. Three Mechanisms of Social Influence A. Material inducement B. Persuasion C. Acculturation 1. Acculturation as Incomplete Internalization: Distinguishing Persuasion… 
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