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Disenfranchisement of convicted adult citizens: comparative and international human rights perspectives

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This thesis analyses the appropriateness of disenfranchising convicted adult citizens from comparative and international human rights perspectives.

Chapter One explores the transition from direct democracy to representative government, and the subsequent increased importance of elections. It highlights the paradigm shift that the perception of voting has undergone, from being seen as a privilege, granted to a handful of society members, to being viewed as an entitlement. Today, elec...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Oxford college:
Lincoln College
Department:
Social Sciences Division - Faculty of Law

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Supervisor
Publication date:
2009
Type of award:
MPhil
Level of award:
Masters
Awarding institution:
Oxford University, UK
URN:
uuid:8b98a435-3a18-4f6e-b28f-2cb41685c88d
Local pid:
ora:11499

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