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実子誘拐ビジネスの闇 単行本(ソフトカバー)

【告発ノンフィクション】自主規制か、圧力か。NHKでも「放送禁止」となった最大のタブー ルールはひとつ相手より先に我が子を誘拐すること 「パパ、手をにぎってて」 父親はなぜ2歳の娘の手を離さなければならなかったのか。「DV」というレッテルを貼られた父親の10年におよぶ死闘の記録と、家族を壊す人権派弁護士たちの正体を暴く! 《目次》第一章 世にもおそろしい実子誘拐の真実第二章 父親への集団リンチと人格破壊第三章 ハーグ条約を“殺した” 人権派弁護士第四章 「片親疎外」という児童洗脳第五章

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実子誘拐 – 「子供の連れ去り問題」――日本は世界から拉致大国と呼ばれている – (ワニプラス) 単行本(ソフトカバー)

ある日、突然、配偶者が我が子を連れ家を出る。残されたほうの親は茫然としながら、必死にその行方を捜す。やがて、弁護士から連絡があり、配偶者はDVを受けていたことから離婚を望んでいる、と告げられる。その後は、配偶者と直接話し合うことも、子どもに会うこともできない。こんな「子供の連れ去り問題」が社会問題化しています。数年前からこの問題に取り組んできた、ホワイトプロパガンダ漫画家はすみとしこのマンガと識者・関係者たちの文章、そして資料により、世界から非難を浴びるこの重大な人権問題の実情と構図、背景を、白日の下にさらす。執筆者(掲載順)上野 晃(弁護士)、はすみとしこ(ホワイトプロパガンダ漫画家)、ケント・ギルバート(米国カリフォルニア州弁護士)、エドワーズ博美(メリーランド大学講師)、杉山程彦(弁護士)、中野浩和(弁護士・弁理士)、石垣秀之(臨床心理士)、古賀礼子(弁護士)、藤木俊一(テキサス親父日本事務局長)、ポール・トゥジャー(フランスの当事者団体Sauvons Nos Enfants Japan代表)

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共同親権が日本を救う ~離婚後単独親権と実子誘拐の闇 単行本(ソフトカバー)

愛する家族と交流できる“当たり前の社会”を目指して 毎年約12万人の親が親権をはく奪され、その多くが子と生き別れになるという、世界に類を見ないガラパゴス社会・日本——。なぜ自分の子どもに会うことすらできないのか。離婚後の養育の在り方や現行制度の課題を提言。 第1章 単独親権制度の何が問題なのか第2章 法学から見た婚姻外共同親権vs単独親権第3章 共同親権の歴史と海外からの非難の大合唱第4章 生物学・心理学的エビデンス第5章 養育費と子どもの貧困問題第6章 婚姻費用 ~

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Parenting Without Power Struggles: Raising Joyful, Resilient Kids While Staying Cool, Calm, and Connected

Family therapist Susan Stiffelman is here to help. While most parenting programs are designed to coerce kids to change, Parenting Without Power Struggles does something innovative, showing you how to come alongside your children to awaken their natural instincts to cooperate, rather than at them with threats or bribes, which inevitably fuels their resistance. By staying calm and being the confident “Captain of the ship” your child needs, you will learn how to parent from a place of strong, durable connection, and you’ll be better able to help your kids navigate the challenging moments of growing up.

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PARENTAL ALIENATION — SCIENCE AND LAW

Parental Alienation – Science and Law explains the research that creates the foundation for the assessment, identification, and intervention in cases of parental alienation (PA). For attorneys, judges, and family law professionals, this book explains in detail the scientific basis for testimony and legal decisions that relate to PA. There are two complementary features for most of the chapters. First, the chapter authors address how evidence regarding PA meets the criteria of the Frye, Daubert, and Mohan cases as well as the Federal Rules of Evidence for testimony by experts. The second feature is to refute common misinformation. There is debate and disagreement about some aspects of PA theory. The editors of this book are concerned that some of the discourse regarding PA has spun out of control, into pervasive misinformation. This book provides plenty of evidence for overcoming that hurdle. The editors of this book and the chapter authors have extensive experience with both clinical and legal aspects of divorce, child custody, parenting time evaluations, PA, and related topics. The editors and chapter authors include six psychologists, three physicians, two social workers, four attorneys, and one judge. Collectively, these mental health professionals have testified as expert witnesses hundreds of times regarding family law topics. As an additional feature, the book contains four appendices and three indexes. Appendix A defines the concepts used in this book, so that the chapter authors and readers will use terminology in a consistent manner. Appendix B lists more than one thousand trial and appellate cases in the U.S. involving PA, organized by state. Appendix C presents twenty rather dramatic vignettes involving PA. Finally, Appendix D, “Sample Motion and Brief for Extended Voir Dire,” provides a motion and supporting brief asking the court to allow extended time to examine the competency of a proposed expert.

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Parents Acting Badly: How institutions and societies promote the alienation of children from their loving families

Parental alienation causes severe trauma and devastation to an estimated 22 million parents in the U.S., and it affects millions more worldwide. Despite the sheer number of families and communities affected by this problem, many people either do not know what it is, deny its existence, or act as bystanders to alienators’ campaigns of chaos. In Parents Acting Badly, Drs. Jennifer Jill Harman and Zeynep Biringen provide a thorough analysis of how parental alienators accomplish their aims and impact on others, and highlight how parenting stereotypes, gender inequality, and social institutions such as family courts all contribute to the problem. Parents Acting Badly represents a paradigm shift in thinking about parental alienation—from a private issue to a public concern. The authors suggest new approaches to addressing this controversial problem that encompass individual change, as well as social and institutional reforms.

This book comes out of work conducted by Drs. Jennifer Jill Harman & Zeynep Biringen, both professors at Colorado State University, and Founders of the the Colorado Parental Alienation Project, LLC.

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