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CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY Vol 22, No 2, 2010
Date:7 SEP 2011

CHILD AND FAMILY LAW QUARTERLY

Vol 22, No 2, 2010

Contents

Articles

Parental responsibility and shared residence orders: parliamentary intentions and judicial interpretations by Peter G. Harris and Robert H. George 151

Revising Australia's parenting laws: a plea for a relational approach to children's best interests by Helen Rhoades 172

The view from below: marginalised young people's biographical encounters with criminal justice agencies by Robert MacDonald and Tracy Shildrick 186

Defining child pornography: challenges for the law by Alisdair A. Gillespie 200

Research

Young carers - or children in need of care? Decision making for children of parents with mental health problems by Gillian Schofield and Judi Walsh 223

Talking children into being in absentia? Children as a strategic and contingent resource in family court dispute resolution by Liz Trinder, Christopher Jenks and Alan Firth 234

Reviews

Responsible Parents and Parental Responsibility, Rebecca Probert, Stephen Gilmore, and Jonathan Herring (eds) by Leanne Smith 258

The Politics of Adoption: International Perspectives on Law, Policy and Practice, Kerry O'Halloran by Ursula Kilkelly 263

Changing Contours of Domestic Life, Family and Law: Caring and Sharing, Anne Bottomley and Simone Wong (eds) by Brian Sloan 267

Books Received 272