From foster care to adoption to visitation rights and beyond martin guggenheim offers a trenchant analysis of the most significant debates in the childrens rights movement particularly those that treat childrens interests as antagonistic to those of their parents. The journal of sociology social welfare volume 33 issue 4december article 16 2006 whats wrong with childrens rights martin guggenheim reviewed by dorinda n noble. In his book whats wrong with childrens rights guggenheim boldly wades into the often bitter controversy over the expanding concept of legal rights for children . The open society institute presented a forum to mark the publication of martin guggenheim s book whats wrong with childrens rights harvard university pressfrom foster care to adoption to visitation rights and beyond guggenheim offers an analysis of the most significant debates in the childrens rights movement. Whats wrong with childrens rights user review not available book verdict as deeply as ive always thought of myself as a childrens advocate much of what i read and hear being advocated in furtherance of childrens rights seems to me misguided writes guggenheim the
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