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Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press
Kaebnick, Gregory E., Majumder, Mary Anderlik, Rothstein, Mark A.
This collection of essays brings together experts in history, law, ethics, philosophy, psychology, social work and sociology to explore the tension between biological and social conceptions of parentage and considering the effect of DNA-based paternity testing on family relationships.Kaebnick, Gregory E. is the author of 'Genetic Ties And The Family The Impact Of Paternity Testing On Parents And Children' with ISBN 9780801881930 and ISBN 0801881935.
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