13 Int'l J. Child. Rts. [i] (2005)

handle is hein.journals/intjchrb13 and id is 1 raw text is: The International Journal of Children's Rights
CONTENTS Volume 13 No. 1-2 2005
Articles
Michael Freeman: Children's Health and Children's Rights:
An Introduction                                                1-10
Anita Franklin and Patricia Sloper: Listening and responding?
Children's participation in health care within England        11-29
Priscilla Alderson, Joanna Hawthorne and Margaret Killen:
The Participation Rights of Premature Babies                 31-50
Lynn Hagger and Simon Woods: Children and Research:
A Risk of Double Jeopardy?                                   51-72
Julia Sloth-Nielsen: Of Newborns and Nubiles: Some Critical
Challenges to Children's Rights in Africa in the Era of HIV/Aids  73-85
Rosalind Ekman Ladd: Rights of the Autistic Child              87-98
Jo Bridgeman: Caring for Children with Severe Disabilities:
Boundaried and Relational Rights                            99-119
Melinda Jones: Adolescent Gender Identity and the Courts     121-148
Simona Giordano: Anorexia Nervosa and its Moral Foundations  149-160
Marie Fox and Michael Thomson: Short Changed? The Law and
Ethics of Male Circumcision                                161-181
Neil Ford: Communication for Abandonment of Female Genital Cutting 183-199
Michael Freeman: Rethinking Gillick                          201-217
Marie-Andr&e Jacob: Frail Connections: Legal and Psychiatric
Knowledge Practices in U.S. Adjudication over Organ
Donations by Children and Incompetent Adults               219-253
Sheila A.M. McLean and J. Kenyon Mason: Our Inheritance,
Our Future: Their Rights?                                  255-272
Phillipa Malpas: Predictive Genetic Testing in Children and
Respect for Autonomy                                       273-285
Bonnie Steinbock: Defining Parenthood                        287-310
Book Review
Richard B. Miller, Children, Ethics and Modern Medicine      311-314

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