Changing the Trajectory: the Religious Underpinnings of Children’s Right to Freedom From Corporal Punishment

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Lecturer in Law, University of Winchester, UK

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Changing the Trajectory: the Religious Underpinnings of Children’s Right to Freedom From Corporal Punishment

نویسنده [English]

  • Lorraine Wolhuter
Lecturer in Law, University of Winchester, UK
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