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DeShaney v. Winnebago County Department of Social Service, Child Abuse, Failure to Protect, Substantive Due Process, Civil Rights, Domestic Violence
Feminist Jurisprudence, Child-Centered Jurisprudence, History of Family Law, Current Developments in Family Law
Argentina, Children of the Disappeared, Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo, Adoption, Child Custody, Kidnapping
State-created danger doctrine, substantive due process, DeShaney v. Winnebago Department of Social Services
Children and Disasters, Hurricane Katrina or Rita, Evacuation of Children, Great Britain and World War II, Poverty, “Our Town”, John Bowlby, Anna Freud, Social Welfare, Welfare State, National Health Insurance
Unmarried fathers, Paternity, Adoption, Putative Fathers, Baby Moses Laws, Safe Haven Laws, Child Abandonment, "Thwarted Father", "Pop-up Pop"
Motherhood, Unmarried Fathers, Unmarried Mothers, Public Welfare Benefits, Working Mothers, Reproductive Choice, Feminist Jurisprudence
State-Created Danger, Substantive Due Process, Failure to Protect, DeShaney v. Winnebago C'ty Dep't of Soc. Servs., Qualified Immunity, Municipal Liability
Sex Abuse in Schools, Section 1983, Due Process, Supervisory Liability, Civil Rights
Sex Equality, Fetal Protection Policies, Johnson Controls v. UAW, Great BritainHistory, Factory Reform Movement, Title VII, Feminist Jurisprudence
Welfare of women, Great Britain, Working-class Families, Women's History
Unmarried Fathers, Adoption, Paternity, Putative Father, "Biology Plus"
Qualified Immunity, Section 1983, Harlow v. Fitzgerald, Municipal Liability, Civil Rights
Putative Father, Putative Father Registry, Unmarried Fathers, Biology Plus, Adoption
Zinermon v. Burch, Procedural due process, Pre-deprivation hearing, Commitment to state mental hospital, Civil Rights
Substantive Due Process, Foster Children, Failure to Protect, DeShaney v. Winnebago County Department of Social Services, Civil Rights
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