Series: a href=qhttp://www.oupcanada.com/tcs/qThemes in Canadian Sociology/a Children in Canada Today is the latest addition to the popular Themes in Canadian Sociology Series published by OUP Canada. Throughout this engaging text, author Patrizia Albanese explores the process through which children become members of our society-how, where, when, and with whom children grow up to be socially 'functioning' adults. The roles played by various 'agents of socialization' and the places andsituations in which socialization takes place are also discussed. Perfect for sociology courses about children, family, socialization, the lifecycle, social policy, and social problems, Children in Canada Today provides an accessible, insightful look at childhood in this country.In other words, an individual did not have to a#39;suea#39; for divorce and prove s/he has been wronged. ... The Divorce Act of 1985 established child support as a priority of the Act and established and applied a set of child-support guidelines to assist and simplify the application of child-support ... To help accomplish some of these objectives, joint custody was introduced as an option in child custody decisions.
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