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Conclusion

  • Kay Schaffer
  • Sidonie Smith

Abstract

Witnessing to dislocation, exploitation, violence, resilience, and survival, personal storytelling, as it is produced, circulated, and received around the globe, lends particularity to abstract principles of human rights and keeps the passage of time and forgetting at bay. And yet, as the five case studies elaborated in Human Rights and Narrated Lives have revealed, the efficacy of personal narrating in human rights campaigns defies simple analyses.

Keywords

Personal Narrative Global Flow Political Prisoner Childhood Separation South African Case 
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© Human Rights and Narrated Lives 2004

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  • Kay Schaffer
  • Sidonie Smith

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