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    Interview with Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin

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    Women's reproductive rights in the inter-American system of human rights: conclusions from the Field, June - September 2014

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    The Inter-American System of Human Rights has proven to be a forum for the advancement of women’s reproductive rights in the Inter-American region. However, the Inter-American System faces significant challenges in promoting structural transformative change that enables women’s enjoyment of their reproductive health rights. This report examines three reproductive rights cases from the Inter- American Commission on Human Rights and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights: María Mamerita Mestanza Chávez v. Peru; Paulina Ramirez Jacinto v. Mexico; and Artavia Murillo et al. v. Costa Rica. In the summer of 2014, interviews were conducted with representatives in each of the case study countries, with the objective of the research being two-fold: (1) to understand how each of the cases developed, and the subsequent challenges and advancements; and (2) to learn from these cases in order to suggest recommendations for how actors can make better use of the Inter-American System as one of several avenues for protecting, promoting and fulfilling women’s reproductive rights. The report first discusses challenges in implementing women’s reproductive health rights, and then explores how the Inter-American System can strengthen its work on women’s reproductive health rights

    Social Justice is the Will of the People

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    Social Justice is the Will of the People

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    The battle for the whistleblower : an interview with John Kiriakou

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    Whistleblowing, or speaking truth to power, is complex. How truth telling is shaped is an important issue, as is the legitimacy of the individual who speaks out. Both the person who blows the whistle, and the disclosure itself, may be framed differently depending upon the agendas of others. This is further shaped and complicated by the various mediums through which disclosures are made. In what follows we present an interview with CIA whistleblower, John Kiriakou, and discuss its implications for theories of whistleblowing including those drawing on the concept of parrhesia. This case demonstrates the complexities involved in establishing a voice and gaining legitimacy amid contemporary forms of media, alongside the effects of this for the whistleblower

    Volume of X-ray visits, United States, April-September 1970

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    Statistics on volume of medical and dental X-ray visits, by area of body X-rayed, place of X-ray visit, type of X-ray, age, sex, race, place of residence, geographic region, family income, and education. Based on data collected in household interviews during the period April-September 1970.DHEW publication no. (HSM) 73-1507.Statistics for 1964 published in Population exposure to X-rays, U.S., 1964, issued by the U.S. Public Health Service X-Ray Exposure Study

    Animating Interview Narratives

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    This chapter discusses the implications of viewing the interview as an actively constructed conversation through which narrative data are produced. It explores the ramifications of framing the interview and resulting data as by-products of interpretive practice - the whats and hows of an animated process involving active subjects behind interview participants. Matters of reliability, validity, bias, and rigor are considered
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