- Title Pages
- Series editor’s foreword
Part IPaternalism and its limits
2Caretaker or liberator?
Part IIConceptual and methodological issues
Part IIIThe moral legitimacy of parental power
7Legitimacy in the political domain and in the family
8Licensing, monitoring, and training parents
9Children and the provision of informed consent
10Sharing lives, shaping values, and voluntary civic education
- Evaluating Parental Power
- Manchester University Press
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