13 Legal Reference Services Q. 125 (1994)
In a society increasingly aware of real or perceived social inequities, it is not surprising to note a greater concern for the rights of children and their families. It is also apparent that privacy issues are an integral subset of the larger social sphere of interests. Privacy aspects can be seen to be involved pervasively throughout the area of law dealing with children and families, especially in view of the fact that there is obvious potential for conflict not only between families and the state, but between children and the families of which they are a part
Sandra S. Klein,
Your Right to Privacy and Children's Rights/Family Law: A Selective Bibliography,
13 Legal Reference Services Q. 125 (1994).
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