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Psychology and family law : a New Zealand perspective

Author: M-E Pipe; Fred Seymour
Publisher: Dunedin, N.Z. : University of Otago Press, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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The essays in this book bring together research from the social sciences (psychology in particular) that bears on the trends contributing to family law policy and practice as it is now in New Zealand. The book will be especially useful for judges hearing and deciding cases, for counsel representing children, for professionals who work with children, and for those formulating government policy.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: M-E Pipe; Fred Seymour
ISBN: 1877133221 9781877133220
OCLC Number: 40639716
Notes: Eight papers.
Description: 175 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. The impact on Children of Parents' Separation / Jan Pryor and Fred Seymour --
2. Family Mediation of Custody and Access Disputes / Fred Seymour and Jan Pryor --
3. The Dynamics of Spousal Violence: Paradigms and Priorities / Neville Robertson and Ruth Busch --
4. Children: Hidden Victims of Violence Against Women / Tania Pocock and Fiona Cram --
5. Emotional Child Maltreatment: Impact and Intervention / Heather McDowell --
6. Child Sexual Abuse: A New Zealand Community Study / Eleanor Morris, Judy Martin and Sarah Romans --
7. Listening to Children / M.-E. Pipe, K. Salmon and G. Priestley --
8. Children's Rights: How Well are they Protected by Legislation? / Gabrielle Maxwell.
Responsibility: edited by M-E. Pipe and Fred Seymour.

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The essays in this book bring together research from the social sciences (psychology in particular) that bears on the trends contributing to family law policy and practice as it is now in New Zealand. The book will be especially useful for judges hearing and deciding cases, for counsel representing children, for professionals who work with children, and for those formulating government policy.

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