Abandoned Children

Author: Smith malcolm T,Catherine Panter-Brick,Malcolm T. Smith

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521775557

Category: Social Science

Page: 231

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This book is a collection on abandoned children illustrating the need to contextualise their position in particular cultural situations.

Abandoned Children

Author: Rachel G. Fuchs

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9780873957502

Category: Social Science

Page: 357

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In nineteenth-century France, parents abandoned their children in overwhelming numbers--up to 20 percent of live births in the Parisian area. The infants were left at state-run homes and were then transferred to rural wet nurses and foster parents. Their chances of survival were slim, but with alterations in state policy, economic and medical development, and changing attitudes toward children and the family, their chances had significantly improved by the end of the century. Rachel Fuchs has drawn on newly discovered archival sources and previously untapped documents of the Paris foundling home in order to depict the actual conditions of abandoned children and to reveal the bureaucratic and political response. This study traces the evolution of French social policy from early attempts to limit welfare to later efforts to increase social programs and influence family life. Abandoned Children illuminates in detail the family life of nineteenth-century French poor. It shows how French social policy with respect to abandoned children sought to create an economically useful and politically neutral underclass out of a segment of the population that might otherwise have been an economic drain and a potential political threat.

Positively Abandoned

Author: N.A

Publisher: Human Rights Watch

ISBN: N.A

Category: Abandoned children

Page: 41

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Recommendations. -- Methods. -- Background. Stigma of revealing diagnosis -- Prospect of parenthood. -- Investigation. I. HIV-positive women and medical care during pregnancy. -- II. Abandoned children. Care of abandoned children -- III. HIV-positive families and the problems children face. -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgements.

Corporate Insolvency Laws in Abandoned Housing Projects : Issues and Prospects (UUM Press)

Author: Nuarrual Hilal Md. Dahlan

Publisher: UUM Press

ISBN: 9670474752

Category: Law

Page: 327

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This book discusses the provisions and legal principles under the Insolvency Law in Malaysia in face of the issue of abandoned housing projects and its rehabilitation. Apart from the Malaysian Insolvency Law, this book also analyses comparatively between the insolvency legal provisions and legal principles under the United Kingdom and Singapore Insolvency Laws. The approach of this book is by way of legal analyses over the relevant insolvency legal provisions in Malaysia, the United Kingdom and the Republic of Singapore. The discussion is further enriched and collaborated by the case studies conducted over several abandoned housing projects in Malaysia that have been subject to the insolvency administration. In addition, the author also provides relevant official statistics and reports of abandoned housing projects and numerous examples of abandoned housing project cases illustrating the diverse problems, complications, issues and grievances. The outcome and proposals of this book will be beneficial to the legal practitioners, judicial and legal services, insolvency practitioners, housing developers, financial institutions, contractors, housing consultants, technical agencies, land and state authorities, purchasers of units in abandoned housing projects, consumers’ associations, relevant private and government agencies and Federal and States Ministries, students and policy makers in the insolvency legal administration in Malaysia, particularly for those who are directly involved in abandoned housing projects and its rehabilitation in Malaysia.

Edifice Abandoned

Author: Scott Michael Decker

Publisher: Next Chapter

ISBN: N.A

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

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Studying ancient sites on a backwater planet, Archaeologist Nosuma Okande finds more of them than The Institute has on record. On her first day, she digs up an odd statuette. After receiving death threats, the Institute sends Nosuma to another excavation site. Later the same night, she stumbles upon a strange ceremony in the village square. Undeterred, Nosuma decides to unearth the mysteries the planet holds. But can she untangle the enigmatic past of an Edifice Abandoned?

Maps of the Abandoned City

Author: Helen Ivory

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1912963043

Category: Poetry

Page: 34

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Helen Ivory is a poet and visual artist. Her fifth Bloodaxe collection is "The Anatomical Venus" (May 2019). She edits the webzine "Ink Sweat and Tears" and teaches online for the UEA/NCW creative writing programme. A book of collage poems, "Hear What the Moon Told Me" is published by KFS. "Maps of the Abandoned City" is a sequence of her new poems, previously unpublished in book-form.