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200 1 ^a<The >moral status of children^eessays on the rights of the child^fby Michael Freeman
210   ^aThe Hague^cMartinus Nijhoff Publishers^dcopy. 1997
215   ^aXIII, 404 p. ;^d25 cm
330   ^aCHAPTER 1 - The moral status of children. CHAPTER 2 - Taking children's rights more seriously. CHAPTER 3 - Laws, conventions and rights. CHAPTER 4 - Beyond conventions - Towards empowerment. CHAPTER 5 - The limits of children's rights. CHAPTER 6 - English law and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. CHAPTER 7 - Children's rights and cultural pluralism. CHAPTER 8 - Contact with absent parents: An emergent child right. CHAPTER 9 - Do children have the right not to be born? CHAPTER 10 - The rights of the artificially procreated child. CHAPTER 11 - Can children divorce their parents? CHAPTER 12 - The James Bulger tragedy: Childish innocence and the construction of guilt. CHAPTER 13 - Cleveland, butler-sloss and beyond. How are we to react to the sexual abuse of children? CHAPTER 14 - In the child's best interests? Reading the Children act critically. CHAPTER 15 - Removing rights from adolescents. CHAPTER 16- Sterilizing the mentally handicapped. CHAPTER 17 – Afterword
606   ^aDireito das crianças e jovens
606   ^aMoral
606   ^aInseminação artificial
606   ^aViolência sexual sobre menor
606   ^aInteresse superior da criança
606   ^aProtecção de menores
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700  1^aFreeman,^bMichael
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