Gender bias evident in parental alienation cases

The Globe and Mail (Canada)
28 March 2009

Mothers are more likely to be the parent behind children’s estrangement, yet fathers more often ordered into counselling, study finds

By Kirk Makin, Justice Reporter
From Saturday’s Globe and Mail

A study of alienated children has found that mothers were significantly more likely to be the parent who emotionally poisoned their children than were fathers….(Full Story; archived article)

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