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International Book Reviews: Selected Reviews from PsyCritiques

"The authors reveal the complexity of global justice as a contested ideal and explore the intersection of local and global dynamics that pose challenges to and facilitate paths towards justice’s realization.” -- Global Investor Bookshop

This month’s book review is of Challenges and Paths to Global Justice by H. Richard Friman. This volume “draws on insights from a diverse group of scholars and practitioners on issues of justice and law and integration, identity and economic development, cultures and community building, and power and peace. The authors reveal the complexity of global justice as a contested ideal and explore the intersection of local and global dynamics that pose challenges to and facilitate paths towards justice’s realization” (description on the Global Investor Bookshop webpage). H. Richard Friman is the Eliot Fitch Professor for International Studies and Director of the Institute for Transnational Justice at Marquette University, USA. 

Click here to read the review by John H. Davis.

These book reviews are courtesy of PsyCritiques editor, Danny Wedding. PsyCritiques is an online journal that has replaced Contemporary Reviews and that provides reviews of books, monographs, films and other productions in psychology, and includes a data base with PsyCritiques and Contemporary Psychology reviews stretching back to 1956.

For more information see PsycCRITIQUES. If you are interested in reviewing please contact editor Danny Wedding here.