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Minorigiustizia
Minorigiustizia

Published/Hosted by FrancoAngeli. ISSN (printed): 1121-2845. ISSN (electronic): 1972-5221.

Promoted by the Italian Juvenile and Family Judges Association (Associazione italiana dei magistrati per i minorenni e per la famiglia). This inter-disciplinary journal was founded in 1992 by the Italian Juvenile and Family Judges Association (Associazione italiana dei magistrati per i minorenni e per la famiglia) with the aim of analysing and examining the relationship between minors and justice and the implications and consequences of this relationship and the effects it has on subjects in developmental age. To this end, Minorigiustizia hosts a necessary exchange, involving the magistrature and everyone, at whatever level, involved in the tutelage of minors - psychologists, pedagogues, sociologists, infant neuro-psychiatrists, social workers - in the belief that an inter-disciplinary approach to the subject of juvenile justice guarantees the practicality and usefulness of the reflections. Over the years, the journal has dealt with themes that have become increasingly debated and heartfelt. The following subjects have been addressed: sexual abuse of minors, marital separation, the training of juvenile magistrates, the culture of punishment/redress, foster care, and adoption. Ample space has also been given to the debate concerning bio-ethics and the legislative and psychological implications of assisted reproduction. In each issue, the journal contains a dossier dedicated to a single subject and several columns, including: "Minors on the Front Page" ("Minori in prima pagina"), "Judicial and Social Experiences" ("Minori in prima pagina"), a "Jurisprudence Review" ("Rassegna di giurisprudenza") and a "News Bulletin" ("Notiziario"). The Italian Juvenile and Family Judges Association (Associazione italiana dei magistrati per i minorenni e la famiglia) promotes the editorial catagolgue Puer. Each issue is mono-thematic with dedicated contributions from jurists, psychologists, sociologists, journalists and social workers. The catalogue's objective is to provide an ample, articulated and inter-disciplinary platform for the subjects covered.

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