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Identical Origins, Divergent Paths: Filial Responsibility Laws in Canada and the United States
This dissertation examines the origins of filial responsibility laws in Canada and the United States, laws which prescribe that adult children have an obligation of support which is owed to their parents. Filial responsibility ...
Building Stronger Children: Attachment Theory in the Context of Child Protection in Ontario
The psychological concept of attachment began to take hold in the 1950s and 1960s. This time period also began a significant period of social and legislative change impacting on the field of child protection. These social ...