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Women's Testimonials: The Voices of Human Rights in Latin America: Journals & Articles
Created for course #242214 to aid in an examination of women's rights in Latin America and the implications for human rights in a global context.
Scholarly reports in the social sciences. Search results will contain content that we don't have access to. Access for: Anthropology, Clinical Psych, Environment, Law and Social Science, Linguistics, Org Psych & Behavior, Political Sci, Psych, Public Health, Sociology, and Statistics. Help creating a permalink in Annual Reviews.
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