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enlightened. Often where the Commission leads the Court did eventually follow, particularly in newer areas of law, though not always in the same case. Indeed it is a tribute to Kilkelly’s understanding of the Convention case-law that her predictions about the Court’s decisions in T&V v. UK , which were

R. Brian Howe and Katherine Covell

studies reflect the theoretical predictions of Carol Gilligan (1982, 1990). Gilligan has argued that through differential socialization, moral reasoning differs between the sexes. Males emphasize abstract justice considerations whereas females show greater care considerations. The care, or female, per

Houlgate and Fetzer

nothing unattain- able about a prediction of future criminal conduct,” wrote Justice Rehnquist. 23 15 US ex rel Martin v. Strasburg , 513FSupp691 (1981) and Martin v. Strasburg , 689F2d373– 374 (1982). 16 467US263. 17 467US256–257. 18 Ibid. at 257. 19 467US265. 20 Ibid. at 266. 21 Ibid. at 268. 22 Ibid

Thomas and O'Kane

important. Mnookin argues that ‘what is best for any child or even children in general is often indeterminate and speculative, and requires a highly individualised choice between alterna- tives’ (1983, p. 8). He points to the uncertainty of predictions about children’s development. A longitudinal study at

Julia Sloth-Nielsen

's rights by executive decree may carry high political costs. Pressure from the public, civil servants and media forced parliamentarians to renege on their commitment to implementing children's rights reforms, and an embarrassing about-face had to be effected. This leads to the consideration of predictions

Isabelle M. Elisha and Martin D. Ruck

number of general predictions were posited with regard to endorsement. It was expected that young people would endorse both children’s nurturance and self-determination rights. In contrast, it was expected that adolescents would believe that parents would support children’s rights, but reject requests

Katherine Covell and R. Brian Howe

offenders. In accord with our predictions, for all four cases we presented, consistently information level was the greatest predictor of attitudes. Respon- dents who were given the extra few sentences about the background of the young offender showed significantly less punitive attitudes when compared to

Ferdinand Sutterlüty

, 2002 ). Atkin B. , “ New Zealand: The Emergence of Cultural Diversity” in Sutherland E.E. (ed.), The Future of Child and Family Law: International Predictions ( Cambridge : Cambridge University Press , 2012 ). Birnbacher D. , “ Paternalism in

Eric Blyth

informing the child about DI have changed over time’ (Gottlieb et al . 2000 : 2054). Gottlieb et al's . prediction of a likely increase in parental disclosure over time was borne out when the same parents were interviewed some years later; at this time 61% reported that they had already told their child

Nigel King, Lorraine Green and Trevor Butt

centre of the universe could no longer be maintained. The power of science has since been repeatedly underlined by discoveries that have produced prediction and control of various aspects of the natural world. Modern existence is both longer and less painful as a result and the pragmatic value of the