Threats to Human Rights: A General Review

Kevin R. Carriere

Abstract


It has been seventy years since signing the Declaration of Human Rights, yet human right violations are still happening across the globe. This review asks the question – what is the impact of perceived threat on changing support for human rights into support for not-all-humans’ rights? In approaching human rights violations with a four-level model – institutions, cultures, groups, and individuals –, issues of capabilities, historical emotions, connectedness, and personality emerge. At the heart of these is the impact perceived threat has at each level within each issue. Limitations of current work, disagreements across the literature, and future directions are discussed.

Keywords


human rights; civil liberties; perceived threat; individual differences; violations

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https://doi.org/10.5964/jspp.v7i1.897

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Citations:

  • Kevin R. Carriere, Margaret J. Hendricks, Fathali M. Moghaddam (2019)
    Sophisticated but Scared: The Effects of Political Sophistication, Right‐Wing Authoritarianism, and Threat on Civil Liberty Restrictions
    Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy
    https://doi.org/10.1111/asap.12186



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