The Whole Life Adoption Book: Realistic Advice for Building a Healthy Adoptive Family

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Piņon Press, 1993 - Religion - 216 pages
Organized around specific questions, theses and arguments, Philosophy of Law: Introducing Jurisprudence helps students get to grips with the fascinating yet often complex realm of legal philosophy.This comprehensive introduction explores fundamental questions about legal systems, legal reasoning, and legal concepts, covering a wide range of topics in jurisprudence including:* Liability* Punishment* Causation* Discretion* Precedent* Constitutional disobedience* The rule of lawPacked with boxed case studies, chapter discussion questions, guides to further reading, a glossary of key terms and online resources for lecturers and students, Jeffery Brand guides the reader through ideas in an accessible way. Philosophy of Law is ideal for use as a core textbook or as a companion to a set of primary sources.

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One of the great resources in this book are the discussion questions at the end of each chapter. Having discussions about these different aspects of adoption BEFORE actually adopting can get potential ... Read full review

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We have been thinking about adoption, so when I saw this book for a good price on my Kindle, I snatched it up quickly! Bottom line: This book is very good. It gives an overview of adoption, lots of ... Read full review

Contents

A Relationship of Promise
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How Do Children Enter Our Homes
27
How
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Copyright

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Jayne Schooler is the author of four books in the field of foster care, adoption, and family life and has appeared on dozens of radio talk shows across the country. An educator, author, and speaker, she brings insight and empathy to audiences of both families and professionals. She holds a master's degree in life issues counseling from the Master's Graduate School of Divinity. Jayne and her husband, David, live in Dayton, Ohio.

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