Violent Exceptions: Children's Human Rights and Humanitarian Rhetorics
Creators:Hesford, Wendy S.
Keywords:Language Arts & Disciplines / Rhetoric
Political Science / Human Rights
Social Science / Children's Studies
Language Arts & Disciplines / Communication Studies
Social Science / Refugees
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
Series/Report no.:New Directions in Rhetoric and Materiality
Introduction: Children's rights and humanitarian rationalities -- "No tears here": humanitarian recognition, liminality, and the child refugee -- Trafficking global girlhoods, terrorism, and humanitarian celebrity -- Humanitarian futures: disability exceptionalism and African child soldier narratives -- Humanitarian negations: Black childhoods and US carceral systems -- Queer optics: humanitarian thresholds and transgender children's rights -- Coda: "Walls as we see them".
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