Free Burma

Author: John G. Dale
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 0816646465
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How Burma’s pro-democracy movement transcends its borders.


Author: George Ritzer
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118687132
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1997. Articulating the Global and the Local: Globalization and Cultural Studies.
Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Da Costa, Dia, and Philip McMichael. 2007. “The
Poverty of the Global Order.” Globalizations 4 (4): 588–602. Dale, John. 2011.
Free Burma: Transnational Legal Action and Corporate Accountability.
Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press. Daley, Suzanne. 2011. “Swedes
Begin to Question Liberal Migration Tenets.” New York Times February 26.
Dallek, Robert. 2007 ...

Transnational Legal Space

Author: John Gilbert Dale
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A discursive re-positioning was taking place in which the State of Massachusetts
was denying the economic impact of the Free Burma Law on these corporations,
contrary to what their earlier discourse on corporate accountability had rather ...
The State of Massachusetts abandoned (within the courts) its discourse on
corporate accountability in an effort to skillfully redefine the meaning of its action
in relation to these corporations to defend the constitutionality of its Burma Law.
Instead ...

G Ve Uyum

Author: B. Dilara _eker, _brahim Sirkeci, M. Murat Yüce_ahin
ISBN: 1910781061
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Bolum 1: Goc ve Uyum Sureci: Sosyal Psikolojik Bir De

International Journal Of Contemporary Sociology

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This transnationalist discourse that the Free Burma movement deployed in this
campaign is, like that produced in the selective purchasing campaign, still
serviceable as a potent tool for challenging, on a broadly coordinated scale in
regional states throughout the United States, the political and moral choices of
state actors who have the administrative power to enforce ... The transnational
legal space provided by corporate charters also remains an open terrain for
future legal struggle.

Introduction To Political Sociology

Author: Anthony M. Orum
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195371154
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that "[t]he district courts shall have original jurisdiction of any civil action by an
alien [non-U.S. citizen] for a tort [i.e., a harm or wrong] only, committed in violation
of the law of nations or a treaty of the United States. ... Rather, they reflect the
Free Burma movement activists' strategic choices to target the political, legal, and
moral discourses that are embedded in, and that give meaning to, the rules and
institutional arrangements that legitimate the transnational partnerships between
these ...

Goc Uzerine Yazin Ve Kultur Incelemeleri

Author: Ali Tilbe
ISBN: 9781910781357
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Ali Tilbe ve Sonel Bosnali tarafindan derlenmis, Goc Konferansinda sunulmus bildirileri esas alan kitapta cok sayida degerli yazarin katkilari bulunmaktadir.

Whole Earth

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Until this time, corporations had been reluctant to confront such local statutes for
fear they would be portrayed as cheerleaders for repressive govemments. But the
rapid spread of selective-purchasing measures has raised the stakes. Since
December 1996, twenty-eight state and local governments have enacted various
purchasing laws targeting Nigeria, Switzerland, Indonesia, and China, in addition
to Burma. Transnational corporations scored a major victory against human-
rights ...