This chapter, one of the many collected essays by many of the world’s leading scholars of child welfare and law, combines thorough research on a comprehensive range of legal issues salient in children’s lives with sophisticated theoretical and policy analysis of the law, informed by current empirical research on child development and welfare.
This article by James G. Dwyer is a selection from The Oxford Handbook of Children and the Law, edited by James G. Dwyer.
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