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  • Título Original: Parental Kidnapping in America: An Historical and Cultural Analysis
  • Autor del libro: Maureen Dabbagh
  • ISBN: 978-0786465330
  • Idioma: ES
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  • Realese fecha:2011-06-04
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Parental Kidnapping in America: An Historical and Cultural Analysis por Maureen Dabbagh Libro PDF, EPUB

In 2010, the U.S. Department of Justice reported an average of 200,000 cases of parental kidnapping each year. More than just the byproduct of a nasty custody dispute, parental kidnapping-defined as one parent taking his or her child and denying access of the child to the other parent-represents a form of child abuse that has sometimes resulted in the sale, abandonment a In 2010, the U.S. Department of Justice reported an average of 200,000 cases of parental kidnapping each year. More than just the byproduct of a nasty custody dispute, parental kidnapping-defined as one parent taking his or her child and denying access of the child to the other parent-represents a form of child abuse that has sometimes resulted in the sale, abandonment and even death of children. This candid exploration of parental kidnapping in America from the eighteenth century to the present clarifies many misconceptions and reveals how the external influences of American social, political, legal, and religious culture can exacerbate family conflict, creating a social atmosphere ripe for abduction.