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Contents

Children, Parents, and the Law: Public and Private Authority in the Home, Schools, and Juvenile Courts

Summary of Contents

I. PARENT, CHILD, AND STATE: RIGHTS AND INTERESTS

Chapter 1. Rights of Children, Parents, and the State: The Education and Rearing of Children
Chapter 2. Rights of Children, Parents, and the State: Children’s Rights as Autonomy Claims
Chapter 3. Decisions About Medical Care

II. JUVENILE COURTS AND DELINQUENCY

Chapter 4. Juvenile Courts and Juvenile Offenders
Chapter 5. Juvenile Offenders: Investigation and Pretrial Processes
Chapter 6. Juvenile Delinquency Cases: Adjudication and Disposition

III. CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT

Chapter 7. Defining and Discovering Child Abuse and Neglect
Chapter 8. The Child Welfare System
Chapter 9. Criminal Prosecution of Child Abuse and Neglect