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Edited by Jaap Doek, Hans van Loon and Paul Vlaardingerbroek
Edited by Michael Freeman
This volume examines critically some of the most pertinent and controversial issues relating to children and health care. Insights are offered into some of today’s leading controversies about children and their rights. The focus is on such issues as anorexia, circumcision, autism and gender ...
Drawing on interdisciplinary scholastic work, the book offers a comprehensive examination of the international bio-political discourse on children’s bioethics and, suggests an innovative model to resolve clashes between medical cultures and identity under international human rights law.
Edited by Sharon Detrick and Paul Vlaardingerbroek
Edited by Geraldine Van Bueren
Edited by Malcolm Hill and Stewart Asquith
During recent armed conflicts – such as those in Iraq, the former Yugoslavia, and Rwanda – public attention was repeatedly caught by images of children, both as civilians and as soldiers. Those conflicts, like so many others, were vivid reminders that where there is armed conflict there are ...
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