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NCJ Number: 99274 Find in a Library
Title: Child and the Law
Journal: Children's Legal Rights Journal  Volume:6  Issue:1-2  Dated:(Winter-Spring 1985)  Pages:complete issue
Corporate Author: Children's Legal Rights Information and Training Program
United States of America
Editor(s): B D Ream
Date Published: 1985
Page Count: 67
Sponsoring Agency: Children's Legal Rights Information and Training Program
Washington, DC 20009
Type: Bibliography
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This bibliography, pertaining to children's legal rights in the United States and foreign regions, lists all post-1980 books, serials, government documents, theses, and dissertations cataloged during 1984 by 19 U.S. law libraries.
Abstract: Listings under the heading 'United States and Law in General' cover works containing U.S. jurisdictional material as well as all law and law-related works that specify no jurisdiction. Another section lists works referring to international law affecting states or citizens in more than one region of the world. Also included are works relating to the foreign relations of any state as well as theories of state. Titles are listed as well for particular regions (Africa, Asia and Pacific, Europe, Latin America and Caribbean, Middle East and Islamic states, and North America). One section of the bibliography cites law and law-related items pertaining to particular world religions, and the concluding section lists works about early civilizations and legal systems. Titles in each section are under the most relevant subject heading (e.g., abused children, children's rights, juvenile courts, and juvenile justice administration). Each title entry includes title, author, edition, imprint, publisher information, pagination, and series and note entries. System retrieval numbers and price (if available) are also presented.
Index Term(s): Africa; Asia; Child abuse; Child custody; Child protection laws; Europe; Foreign juvenile justice systems; Juvenile processing; Latin America; Laws and Statutes; Middle East; North America; Religion; Rights of minors; United States of America
Note: Special Bibliography Issue.
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