4 edition of A Reader on Family Law (Oxford Readings in Socio-Legal Studies) found in the catalog.
|Statement||Oxford University Press, USA|
|Publishers||Oxford University Press, USA|
|LC Classifications||February 2, 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
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This article compares the naturalistic account of human rights in James Griffin's On Human Rights 2009 with the practical account by Charles R. The paper examines such evidence in regard to a number of issues. Different disciplines offer different ways into the subject matter.
He retired from teaching in 2005. Attractive to 1st-year students, and also of use to them throughout academic careers. Such expression requires justification because it prescribes rather than describes social behaviour.
Red Globe PressLondon.Joseph Di Mento Part IV : Alternative Methods of Environmental Regulation 8:Regulation and In-Company Environmental Management in the Netherlands, Marius Aalders 9:Green Markets: Environmental Regulation by the Private Sector, Peter N. Feinberg 4:A Paternalistic Theory of Punishment, H. This paper centres on the distinction between norms related to family behaviour expressed through state law and practice and such behaviour itself.
Great Debates in Gender and Law. 2018 Red Globe PressLondon. It is maintained that a necessary condition for justification should be that the family-related norm enhances the well-being of individuals in the family, and that the application of this condition requires careful evaluation of empirical evidence, in particular, an appreciation of the relative effects of legal events and of social behaviour.
Revolutionary changes in family formation means that marriage can no longer be said to be the social norm.
Carlen 15:Abolition: Assensus and Sanctuary, H.
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