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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Kavoliūnaitė-Ragauskienė, Eglė
Title: Possibilities to establish legal definition of “family” for the needs of family policy
Is part of: Societal innovations for global growth : research papers, 2013, No. 1(2), p. 22-35
Date: 2013
Keywords: Family policy;Family definition;Family members;Šeimos politika;Šeimos apibrėžimas;Šeimos nariai
Abstract: Implementation of family policy is based on groups of instruments helping to achieve aims of the policy. One of such group of instruments is law of the state. To this end, law serves by establishing legal categories involved and institutionalized in legal system, which confer legal status on the subjects of the state. The state seeking to address particular groups of persons upon the implementation of public policy needs a clear definition of addressees of certain orders or permissions, as well subjects submitted with certain rights and obligations. Thus, the purpose of the article is to provide proposals on the legal definition of “family” and “family members” which would contribute to proper implementation of family policy. The formulation of such proposals is chosen to be based on the analysis of functional fields of family policy. [...]
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