- Title Pages
- Series editor’s foreword
- Part I Paternalism and its limits
- 1 Paternalism
- 2 Caretaker or liberator?
- Part II Conceptual and methodological issues
- 3 Moral dilemmas
- 4 Children’s agency
- 5 Parental power
- 6 Normative legitimacy
- Part III The moral legitimacy of parental power
- 7 Legitimacy in the political domain and in the family
- 8 Licensing, monitoring, and training parents
- 9 Children and the provision of informed consent
- 10 Sharing lives, shaping values, and voluntary civic education
- Evaluating Parental Power
- Manchester University Press
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