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Missing Parents

Huntington, Clare
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) Family Law Quarterly, vol. 42: 131-145

The article centers on the interplay between the state and the parent in child welfare cases, positing that the relationship between the two is generally adversarial because of mismanagement on the state’s part. It goes on to develop some alternative ways the state could act to improve cooperation between the state and the parent in such circumstances.


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