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Problem solving courts : social science and legal perspectives

Publisher: New York ; Heidelberg : Springer, 2013.
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Problem Solving Courts


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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9781461474029 1461474027
OCLC Number: 859520739
Description: 350 p.
Contents: Social Psychology and Problem Solving Courts: Judicial Roles and Decision Making.- The Marriage of Science and the Law in Child Welfare Cases.- Exploring the Value-Added of Specialized Problem-Solving Courts for Dependency Cases.- Dependency Courts and Science.- Unified Family Courts: An Interdisciplinary Framework and A Problem-Solving Approach.- Domestic Violence Courts: The Case of Lady Justice Meets the Serpents of the Caduceus.- Gender Issues in Problem-Solving Courts.- Mental Health Courts May Work, But Does it Matter if they do?.- The Past, Present, and Future of Mental Health Courts.- Mental Health Courts: Competence, Responsibility, and Proportionality.- The evolution of problem-solving courts in Australia and New Zealand: A Trans-Tasman comparative perspective.- The Intended and Unintended Consequences of Problem Solving Courts.
Responsibility: R.L. Wiener, E.M. Brank (eds.).
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