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Family Formation in Scandinavia: A comparative study in family law

By Annette Kronborg

Abstract

This contribution suggests that important historical changes in national sovereignty and territory may influence national family ideology. The study is a comparison between Denmark, Norway and Sweden and it offers an explanation as to the differences in national ideologies in Scandinavia. Denmark is liberal compared to Norway and Sweden. The objective is to develop a historical perspective in family law studies. Firstly, a simple account is given of two family law issues, prior to contextualizing them with other family law issues and public policy to suggest the influence of history as an ‘invisible power’ in family law. Hereby two disciplines are connected: family law and history

Topics: family law in Scandinavia, comparative law, legal culture, Law in general. Comparative and uniform law. Jurisprudence, K1-7720
Publisher: Utrecht University Library Open Access Journals (Publishing Services)
Year: 2016
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:efa382d209d744f2ad75b27dfcabcb57
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