Survival of Only the Fittest Social Groups: the Evolutionary Impact of Social Distinction and Particularity

@inproceedings{GRANT2017SurvivalOO,
  title={Survival of Only the Fittest Social Groups: the Evolutionary Impact of Social Distinction and Particularity},
  author={HELEN P. GRANT},
  year={2017}
}
  • HELEN P. GRANT
  • Published 2017
U.S. asylum law has served as a model for other nations who are parties to the Convention on the Status of Refugees and its Protocol. The Board of Immigration Appeals approach to the protection of those who are persecuted because of their “Particular Social Group” has been applauded for “protecting [groups] against discriminatory denial of core human rights”. It has risen to be the preferred analytical approach of common law countries leading to groups such as homosexuals, transsexuals, and… CONTINUE READING

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