||1. What is the Western conception of human rights
according to Ake, Ames and Inada? Do you think this view needs to be re-examined? In what
ways? If not, how would you respond to the views raised by these authors?
2. How does Bunch argue that violence against women is a human rights issue?
How would she respond to someone who says that women's rights are too trivial to count as
human rights? How would she respond to someone who said that women's rights issues are
personal, individual issues?
3. Do you think the government has the right to interfere with
protesters' rights to free speech if there is the possibility of civic disruption (the
recent protests for peace in Washington are a good example). In your estimation, when does
the government have the right to interfere with someone's right to free speech?