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Family Law Matters

@inproceedings{Odonovan1993FamilyLM,
  title={Family Law Matters},
  author={K. O'donovan},
  year={1993}
}
'O'Donovan's volume will be of great interest to students and teachers of political sociology and family sociology, as well as social policy and family law. An exciting addition to the standard texts.' Social Policy 'I applaud Professor O' Donovan's theoretical eclecticism...]This book will make you think.' International Journal of Law and the Family 'This is a wonderful book-gives students an alternative perspective.' Lucy Anderson, Kings College London In this radical critique, Professor O… Expand
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