Posts Tagged ‘Critical Psychological Jurisprudence’

This post reviews Catherina Groeneveld, “Judicial Constructions of Compulsory Schooling in Germany.”  M.A. Thesis, National University of Ireland, 2010.

Groeneveld, a reader of this blog, recently defended this thesis and graciously sent it to me for review.  Its aim is to explain why German judges, despite a gradual softening of the German public toward homeschooling, continue to hand down decisions that condemn the practice.


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