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Addressing Childhood Trauma: Phenomena as a roadmap to response  

Steven Marans, Hilary Hahn, and Carrie Epstein

Print publication date:
Apr 2020
Online publication date:
Aug 2019
Subject:
Law, Family Law
Childhood exposure to violence, and resultant traumatic dysregulation pose immediate and long-term threats to individual development and to public health. Recognizing the phenomena and ... More

Adoption Versus Alternative Forms of Care  

Brian Sloan

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Apr 2020
Online publication date:
Dec 2018
This chapter, which focuses on English law, considers preference for adoption in some circumstances from a comparative law perspective, before comparing the treatment of adoption to that of ... More

Anthropology and Islamic Law  

John R. Bowen

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Nov 2018
Online publication date:
Oct 2015
The anthropology of Islamic law is concerned centrally with observing and analyzing practices governed by explicit norms that are given Islamic justification, from commercial transactions ... More

The ART of Parentage  

Naomi Cahn

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Apr 2020
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May 2019
The world of reproductive technology, including donor gametes and surrogacy, brings new challenges to identifying parents and respecting children’s rights. An intending parent—married or ... More

The Changing Landscape of Funding Public Elementary and Secondary Education in the United States  

R. Craig Wood

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Apr 2020
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Aug 2019
Subject:
Law, Family Law
Funding of elementary and secondary education in the United States reflects a complex assortment of state constitutional mandates, federal laws, state statutes, and federal and state rules ... More

The Child Protection System  

Richard J. Gelles

Print publication date:
Apr 2020
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Jun 2019
Subject:
Law, Family Law
This chapter examines the child protective system in the United States by first examining the scaffolding created by federal legislation and federal funding. Next, it reviews three ... More

Children and Juvenile Justice Law: The Possibilities of a Relational-Rights Approach  

Kathryn Hollingsworth

Print publication date:
Apr 2020
Online publication date:
Jul 2019
Subject:
Law, Family Law
Despite comprehensive international standards, children’s rights continue to be breached in juvenile justice systems around the world. This chapter suggests that conceptualizing children, ... More

Children at Risk of School Dropout  

Lucinda Ferguson

Print publication date:
Apr 2020
Online publication date:
Nov 2019
This chapter begins by outlining the routes through which children drop out of school. It then draws on the failings of the English system to suggest six key lessons for other ... More

Children in Fragile Families  

Sara McLanahan, Kate Jaeger, and Kristin Catena

Print publication date:
Apr 2020
Online publication date:
Apr 2019
Families formed by unmarried parents increased dramatically in the United States during the latter half of the 20th century. To learn more about these families, a team of researchers at ... More

Children’s Participation in Decisions about Parenting Arrangements  

Patrick Parkinson and Judith Cashmore

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Apr 2020
Online publication date:
Feb 2019
This chapter explores the different ways that children can participate in custody and child protection cases. It is not only articulate older children and young people who ought to have an ... More

Children’s Religious Freedom in State Schools: Exemptions, participation, and education  

Myriam Hunter-Henin

Print publication date:
Apr 2020
Online publication date:
Jun 2019
Subject:
Law, Family Law
This chapter focuses on children’s rights to religious freedom raised against state policies in state schools. It analyzes the distinction usually drawn between religious education (RE) ... More

Children’s Right to Privacy  

Ayelet Blecher-Prigat

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Apr 2020
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May 2019
This chapter examines how (if at all) children’s right to privacy is concretely implemented in the legal realm. It considers children’s privacy when they are involved in legal proceedings, ... More

Comparative Family Law  

Jens M. Scherpe

Print publication date:
Mar 2019
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May 2019
This chapter discusses family law in relation to comparative law. It first considers whether family law can be a subject fit for comparative study in a constantly changing world before ... More

Considerations for Policymaking Affecting Adolescents in the Liberal Democracy  

Vivian E. Hamilton

Print publication date:
Apr 2020
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Jun 2019
Subject:
Law, Family Law
Adolescents are developmentally distinct from both children and fully mature adults in ways that are relevant to policymaking. This chapter discusses some of those developmental differences ... More

Contested Child Protection Policies  

Elizabeth Bartholet

Print publication date:
Apr 2020
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Mar 2019
This chapter discusses the tension over recent decades in child welfare policy in the United States between two conflicting value systems, one focusing on parent and group rights over ... More

Equal Parenting Time: The case for a legal presumption  

William V. Fabricius

Print publication date:
Apr 2020
Online publication date:
Jun 2019
Subject:
Law, Family Law
This chapter reviews several sources of evidence bearing on the question of whether equal parenting time with both parents is in the best interests of children of divorce. First, the ... More

Families  

John Dewar

Print publication date:
Jun 2005
Online publication date:
Sep 2012
Subject:
Law, Family Law
Family law is largely an aggregation of instrumental legislation, designed to achieve specific social and political purposes. Unlike disciplines that take a legal concept as its ... More

Families  

Mavis MacLean

Print publication date:
Nov 2010
Online publication date:
Sep 2012
Subject:
Law, Family Law
Family laws concern relationships, belief, and values, and reflect the social diversities as well as a dynamic nature. This article analyses the relationship between family and the state ... More

Family Law  

Khiara M. Bridges

Print publication date:
Dec 2019
Online publication date:
Jan 2020
This chapter examines the dual system of family law in the USA. It observes that the USA has a set of laws that regulates more affluent families and an entirely distinct set of laws that ... More

Fiduciary Principles in Family Law  

Elizabeth S. Scott and Ben Chen

Print publication date:
May 2019
Online publication date:
May 2019
Family members bear primary responsibility for the care of dependent and vulnerable individuals in our society, and therefore family relationships are infused with fiduciary obligation. ... More

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