Parenting After Partnering

Containing Conflict After Separation

Mavis Maclean (Redaktør)

Relationships between adult partners following divorce or separation can be fragile, and the issues which have divided the parents are often hard to disentangle from the ongoing relationships between parents and children. Les mer
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Relationships between adult partners following divorce or separation can be fragile, and the issues which have divided the parents are often hard to disentangle from the ongoing relationships between parents and children. There is a small group who have ongoing difficulty and who need professional help and legal intervention to make arrangements for ongoing parenting. This volume brings together a wealth of new empirical research from the USA, Central, North Western and Southern Europe, and Australia on the nature and importance of children's relationships with parents after parental separation, on the kinds of conflicts which develop, and on the range of professional interventions which support parents and children through these difficult times.

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Introduction: Conflicted Contact between Parents and Children after Separation1(9)




Mavis Maclean





Part 1: The Changing Landscape of Relationships

9(54)




Improving the Quality of Parent-child Contact in Separating Families

11(18)




Michael E Lamb





Why Some Children see their Father and Others do not; Questions Arising from a Pilot Study

29(12)




Laura Cardia-Voneche





Benoit Bastard





From Marriage to Parenthood: Rethinking Parenthood in Times of Reproductive Innovation

41(22)




Malgorzata Fuszara





Jacek Kurczewski





Part 2: The Conflicts Associated with Post-separation Parenting

63(44)




The Parenting Contest: Problems of Ongoing Conflict over Children

65(16)




Vanessa May





Carol Smart





Dangerous Dads and Malicious Mothers: The Relevance of Gender to Contact Disputes

81(14)




Liz Trinder





Legal Discourse and Gender Neutrality in Child Custody Reform in Spain

95(12)




Agurtzane Goriena Lekue





Part 3: Professional Intervention

107(112)




Enabling Contact: The Involvement of Psycho-social Professionals in Supporting Contact in Germany

109(20)




Katrin Mueller-Johnson





The Changing Face of Contact in Australia

129(18)




Helen Rhoades





Moving On: The Challenge for Children's Contact Services in Australia

147(22)




Grania Sheehan





John Dewar





Rachel Carson





Children's Contact Services in Australia: The Referral Process

169(24)




Belinda Fehlberg





Rosemary Hunter





Intervening in Litigated Contact: Ideas from Other Jurisdictions

193(26)




Joan Hunt

Index219

Om forfatteren

Mavis Maclean is co-founder of the Oxford Centre for Family Law and Policy, Oxford University.