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The gender agenda and relocation disputes Nicola Taylor & Marilyn Freeman

By: Taylor, Nicola.
Contributor(s): Freeman, Marilyn.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: International Family Law.Publisher: International Family Law, 2012Subject(s): ACCESS | CHILD CUSTODY | FAMILY LAW | FATHERS | MOTHERS | SEPARATION | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Read abstract In: International Family Law, 2012 (June): 184-191Summary: Relocation disputes are widely regarded as one of the most controversial and difficult issues in family law internationally. Drawing on historical trends, legal commentary and empirical research recently undertaken in England and New Zealand on family members' perspectives on relocation disputes, this article! explores the gender issues associated with family mobility and discusses how they contribute to the 'risk context' for parents' and children's post-separation adjustment and well-being. (Authors' abstract). Record 6026
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International Family Law, 2012 (June): 184-191

Relocation disputes are widely regarded as one of the most controversial and difficult issues in family law internationally. Drawing on historical trends, legal commentary and empirical research recently undertaken in England and New Zealand on family members' perspectives on relocation disputes, this article! explores the gender issues associated with family mobility and discusses how they contribute to the 'risk context' for parents' and children's post-separation adjustment and well-being. (Authors' abstract). Record 6026