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In Article 41 of the 1937 Constitution, the people of Ireland recognized the family as 'the natural primary and fundamental unit group of Society', 'the necessary basis for social order', and as 'indispensable to the welfare of the Nation and the State'. The preferential legal weighting accorded...
In recent years western States have experienced gradual changes in relations of authority with advances in the social and the legal status both of subordinate groups and of individuals. This has been the case in relations between State and citizens, between state institutions and citizens,...
Bulgarian family legislation has traditionally been used to modernize social relations. This article examines the effectiveness of such family legislation. For this purpose, an attempt was made to analyse the social reaction to such legal intervention: was it 'internalized' so as to guide social...
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