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Parents and Children free pdf This volume brings together some of the best journal articles of the last twenty years which deal with various aspects of the relationship between parents and children. Adopting an inter-disciplinary and comparative approach, the book reproduces articles from a variety of journals in law and the social sciences. The book is divided into eight parts dealing, respectively, with becoming a parent- the status and obligations of parenthood- issues of upbringing- adolescence- child support- parental separation, divorce and children- child abuse and state intervention- social parenthood and adoption. The volume includes a substantial introduction by the editor.

About Andrew Bainham

Andrew Bainham is a Reader in Family Law and Policy at the University of Cambridge. Marie-Therese Meulders-Klein, Nadine Lefaucheur, Rebecca Probert, Susan Golombok, Fiona Tasker, John Eekelaar, Colin M. Macleod, Phillip Montague, Michael Freeman, Caroline Bridge, Raymond Arthur, Stanley Yeo, Laura Lundy, Stephen A. Small, Gay Eastman, John C. Coleman, Sally Sheldon, Scott Altman, Alan Booth, Paul R. Amato, Gordon T. Harold, Mervyn Murch, Barbara Bennett Woodhouse, Bruce Smyth, Caroline Keenan, Jane Fortin, Karen Tanner, Danielle Turney, Stephen Wolkind, Galia Bar-Hava, Jan Pryor, Gillian Schofield, Carolus van Nijnatten, Willibrord de Graaf, Jane Lewis.

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Author : Andrew Bainham
Publisher : Ashgate Publishing Limited
Data Published : 29 August 2008
ISBN : 0754626458
EAN : 9780754626459
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 618 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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