By Ramon Ruiz
By Ramon Ruiz
By Abby W. Schachter
Children are taken from their mom and dad simply because they're overweight. mom and dad are arrested for letting their young ones play outdoors on my own. Sledding and swaddling are banned. From video games to varsity to breast-feeding to daycare, the overbearing bureaucratic nation retains getting among young children and their parents.
The state’s protection, hygiene, and well-being laws rule, and the government’s judgment would possibly not coincide with yours. Which food and drink to ship to varsity, what toys to shop for, even if to breast- or bottle-feed infants are all offerings that was left to you and me. no longer anymore.
As a mother to 4 childrens, I could be used to it, yet I’m now not. the entire government-mandated parenting will get lower than my dermis. And I’m no longer alone.
No baby Left Alone explores the starting to be challenge of an intrusive, interfering govt and highlights these parentsall the Captain Mommies and Captain Daddies throughout Americafighting to take again regulate over their families.
By Dr. Ed Moloney
By Chelsea Schelly
By John Dixon
First released in 1987, this booklet analyses social welfare within the significant nations of Africa, at the moment. for every state it considers the ideological framework underlying the social welfare approach and describes the ancient improvement of either the procedure and the political and socio-economic context. each one bankruptcy appears to be like on the constitution and management of the platforms in position and the way those are financed. Contributions learn the character of different components of the welfare method, surveying social safety, own social companies, and the therapy of the subsequent key goal teams: the elderly; people with disabilities and handicaps; teenagers and adolescence; deprived households; the unemployed; and the unwell and injured. each one bankruptcy concludes with an evaluate of the effectiveness of the method thought of. during this ebook, specific cognizance is paid to the position of overseas reduction enterprises and to missionaries, and to the precise difficulties of poverty and famine in Africa.
By Inge Vanfraechem,Antony Pemberton,Felix Mukwiza Ndahinda
Justice for sufferers brings jointly the world’s major students within the fields of research surrounding victimization in a pioneering foreign assortment. This publication specializes in the present research of sufferers of crime, combining either criminal and social-scientific views, articulating either in new instructions and wondering no matter if sufferers particularly do have extra rights in our sleek world.
This publication bargains an interdisciplinary method, masking large-scale (political) victimization, terrorist victimization, sexual victimization and regimen victimization. cut up into 3 sections, this e-book offers in-depth assurance of: sufferers' rights, transitional justice and sufferers' views, and trauma, resilience and justice. sufferers' rights are conceptualised within the human rights framework and mentioned with regards to supranational, foreign and nearby guidelines. The transitional justice part covers sufferers of struggle from these stuck among peace and justice, in addition to post-conflict justice. the ultimate part makes a speciality of post-traumatic tension, connecting mental and anthropological perceptions in analysing collective violence, mass victimization and trauma.
This publication addresses not easy and new matters within the box of victimology and the examine of transitional and restorative justice. As such, will probably be of curiosity to researchers, practitioners and students interested within the fields of victimology, transitional justice, restorative justice and trauma work.
By Barbara / Regard, Frédéric Korte
By Melvin Delgado
In addition to an outline of the commonest criminal overall healthiness care difficulties, this e-book offers a special review of the wishes of largely-overlooked felony populations, together with girls, humans of colour, and older adults. Authors Melvin Delgado and Denise Humm-Delgado hide excessive profile healthiness care wishes, corresponding to substance abuse and psychological sickness, in addition to decrease profile wishes like hepatitis and STDs. in addition they supply crucial history details at the improvement of present day predicament by way of tracing the background of the U.S. health and wellbeing care procedure and the way it has replaced over the years to fulfill social needs.
By C. Cox,H. Marland
By José Ricardo Cunha,Gramma