Taking Juvenile Justice Seriously ePub download
by Ruth M. Adler
- ISBN: 0707304660
- ISBN13: 978-0707304663
- ePub: 1408 kb | FB2: 1910 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Scottish Academic Press Ltd (October 1985)
- Pages: 180
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Ruth Margaret Adler nee Oppenheimer (1 October 1944 – 18 February 1994) was a feminist, human rights . The theme of her thesis (1983) is legal intervention in the lives of children Legacy
Ruth Margaret Adler nee Oppenheimer (1 October 1944 – 18 February 1994) was a feminist, human rights campaigner and child welfare advocate. She was founder of Amnesty International's Scotland office as their first employee in Scotland in 1991. She was a founding member of Scottish Women's Aid in 1974, a member of the Lothian Region Children’s Panel and she helped to establish the Scottish Child Law Centre. The theme of her thesis (1983) is legal intervention in the lives of children Legacy. Adler's obituary in The Independent describes her three passionate concerns
Taking Juvenile Justice Seriously. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press. 146, (Appendix) 10, (Bibliography) 11 and (Index) 5 pp.
Taking Juvenile Justice Seriously.
The theme of her thesis (1983)is legal intervention in the lives of children It was published as a book in 1985 'Taking Juvenile Justice Seriously' . Legacy. Adler's obituary in The Independent describes her three passionate concerns: 'Her life was driven by three passionate concerns: for justice, for children and for her family. To all these she brought a formidable intelligence, unflagging energy, extraordinary determination and, above all, generosity of spirit and loving kindness
Taking Juvenile Justice Seriously by Ruth Adler. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 1985, 146 + (appendix, bibliography and index) 26pp (hardback £1. 0).
Taking Juvenile Justice Seriously by Ruth Adler. Volume 6 Issue 3 - Judith Masson. Child Welfare and Social Defence by . Oxford: Norwegian University Press, 1986, 174 + (bibliography) 11pp (hardback £2.
Ruth Adler was an applied philosopher who believed that philosophy could illuminate questions of public policy. Her PhD thesis and the book based on it, Taking Juvenile Justice Seriously (1985), which brought together her long experience as a member of Lothian Region's Children's Panel and her 'practical philosophy', sought to achieve the coherence of theory and practice which she regarded as a necessary condition for achieving justice for children, a coherence needed more.
Neighbours: the work of Philip Abrams by Martin Bulmer. Taking Juvenile Justice Seriously by Ruth M. Adler (pp. 606-608). Neighbours: the work of Philip Abrams by Martin Bulmer (pp. 595-598).