The Child’s Right to Family Life: 25 Swedish Case Studies of Parental Alienation

The Child’s Right to Family Life: 25 Swedish Case Studies of Parental Alienation

(1st edition Studentlitteratur, 2012, 2nd edition 3V-förlaget 2013)

By Lena Hellblom Sjögren

 

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Content:

  1. The child has a legal and human right to family life
  2. Mostly it turns out well when parents separate
  3. Separation child – parent
  4. Influencing a child to reject a parent not based on facts
  5. The child is separated from its mother and influenced to reject her: 6 case studies
  6. To investigate the best interests of the child
  7. The child´s will
  8. The child is separated from its father and influenced to reject him: 5 case studies
  9. Contact – visiting (access)
  10. Conflict and cooperation
  11. The child is separated from its father after sexual abuse accusations: 6 case studies
  12. To investigate suspected sexual child abuse
  13. Suggestibility and memory
  14. The child is separated from its parents, taken into forced custody and is influenced to reject them both: 3 case studies
  15. The social services – task, power and ethics
  16. The child is separated from its mother or father after false PAS-accusations: 2 case studies
  17. Separation child – parent not based on facts with a mortal outcome: 3 case studies
  18. Conclusions
  19. Suggestions

 

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