|Title||Cross currents : family law and policy in the United and England / edited by Sanford N. Katz, John Eekelaar, Mavis Maclean|
|Imprint||Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2000|
|Descript||xii, 667 p. : ill. ; 24 cm|
How to give the present a past? family law in the United States 1950-2000 -- Changing family patterns in England and Wales over the last fifty years? -- A Century of the American family -- Family policy in the post-war period -- The Evolution of family policy in the United States after World War II -- English family law since World War II: from status to chaos -- The Shadowlands: the regulation of human reproduction in the United States -- The Legal regulation of infertility treatment in Britain -- Parenthood in the United States -- Marriage, cohabitation, and parenthood-from contract to status? -- Marriage: an institution in transition and redefinition -- The Constitutionalization of American family law: the case of the right to marry -- Dual systems of adoption in the United States -- English adoption law: past, present, and future -- Divorce in the United States -- Divorce in England 1950-2000: a moral tale? -- The Financial incidents of family dissolution -- Post-divorce financial obligations -- The Status of children: a story of emerging rights -- Disputing children -- The Law and violence against women in the family at century's end: the US experience -- Violence against women in the family -- A Forum for every fuss: the growth of court services and ADR treatments for family law cases in the United States -- Access to just in family matters in post-war Britain -- Child welfare policy and practice in the United States 1950-2000 -- From curtis to waterhouse: state care and child protection in the UK 1945-2000 -- The Hague children's conventions: the internationalization of child law -- Individual rights and family relationships -- The End of an era?
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