Changing Sustainability Norms Through Communication Processes

Changing Sustainability Norms Through Communication Processes

The Emergence of the Business and Human Rights Regime as Transnational Law

Buhmann, Karin

Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd

12/2017

416

Dura

Inglês

9781786431646

15 a 20 dias

Applying the emergent Business and Human Rights (BHR) regime as a case, this book analyses regulatory strategies, communicative approaches and public-private processes to develop new sustainability-related norms, particularly for business, for maintaining and promoting public policy objectives and societal needs.
Contents: Part I Setting the Stage 1. Introduction 2. The Context: The CSR Discourse and its Relation to Law, Human Rights and Social Sustainability 3. Argumentative Strategies, Discourse and System-Specific Rationality Part II Discursive Construction of Business Responsibilities for CSR 4. Two Steps Forward, One Back - More Than Once: Developing Normative Guidance for Business on Human Rights in a CSR Context 5. From Incremental Steps to Emerging Regime Part III Arguing for Change 6. Argumentative Strategies 7. Conclusion Index
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