AS NORMAS SOCIAIS COMO INSTRUMENTO DE PROTECÇÃO DOS DIREITOS HUMANOS
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Normas sociais
Instrumentos de protecção
Direitos Humanos

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Saraiva, R. (2017). AS NORMAS SOCIAIS COMO INSTRUMENTO DE PROTECÇÃO DOS DIREITOS HUMANOS. REVISTA ESMAT, 8(11), 147-160. https://doi.org/10.34060/reesmat.v8i11.132

Resumo

Na luta pela afirmação e protecção eficiente e eficaz dos direitos humanos, a abordagem tradicional estritamente jurídica pode revelar-se insuficiente e amiúde até desadequada. Assim, procura-se junto da ordem normativa social, tantas vezes menosprezada pela elite jurídica, uma via alternativa dotada de maior realismo e flexibilidade. Afinal, procura-se a alteração de comportamentos individuais, sociais e institucionais moldados pelo enquadramento de um determinado ambiente socio-cultural que importa ponderar. Em suma, pressupõe-se aqui o enfoque social na fonte da conduta como chave para uma efectivação mais sustentada dos direitos humanos.
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