"The Family, Law and Society" series brings together, in a five volume collection, the most significant articles and papers in key aspects of family law from an international perspective. Over the past two decades, virtually all areas of family law have undergone major doctrinal and theoretical changes - from the definition of marriage and the financial and parenting consequences of divorce, to the legal construction of parenthood. An equally important set of changes has transformed the resolution of family disputes. Inter-disciplinary in its approach, this series not only draws together key law texts, but also scholarly articles from the fields of sociology, social administration, politics, and psychology. Taken together, these five volumes provide an invaluable resource to students and scholars around the world interested in all aspects of family law.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 2500
Dimensions: 244 x 169 mm
Edition: New edition
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