"This collection of essays is the product of the third seminar series held by the Cambridge Socio-Legal Group in 2002."--Preface
Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction / Liz Trinder -- Contact and children’s perspectives on parental relationships / Judy Dunn -- Making and breaking relationships: children and their families -- Children’s contact with relatives / Jan Pryor -- Contact as a right and obligation / Andrew Bainham -- Connecting contact: contact in a private law context / Jonathan Herring -- Supporting cross-household parenting: ideas about ’the family’, policy formation and service development across jurisdictions / Mavis Maclean and Katrin Mueller-Johnson -- Squaring the circle-the social, legal and welfare organisation of contact / Adrian James -- Contact: mothers, welfare and rights / Shelley Day Sclater and Felicity Kaganas -- Real love that dare not speak its name / Bob Geldof -- Fathers after divorce / Bob Simpson, Julie Jessop and Peter McCarthy -- Contact for children subject to state intervention / Jo Miles and Bridget Lindley -- Contact and the adoption reform / John Eekelaar -- Adoption and contact: a research review / Elsbeth Neil -- Assisted reporduction and parental relationships / Martin Richards -- Contact in containment / Belinda Brooks-Gordon -- Making contact work in international cases: promoting contact whilst preventing international parental child abduction / Donna Smith -- Disputed contact cases in the courts / Ann Buchanan and Joan Hunt -- Working and not working contact after divorce / Liz Trinder.
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