Das Verhältnis von Eltern und Kindern in der chinesischen Familienrechtsgesetzgebung 978-3-16-159497-7 - Mohr Siebeck
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Simon Dewes

Das Verhältnis von Eltern und Kindern in der chinesischen Familienrechtsgesetzgebung

Vom Qing-Kodex zum Zivilgesetzbuch der Republik China

[The Parent-Child Relationship in Chinese Family Law. From the Qing Code to the Civil Code of the Republic of China.]

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Children in Imperial China were both strictly subordinated and legally bound to their parents. Beginning in the late Qing dynasty, several attempts were made to reform the legal paradigm of filial piety. Simon Dewes analyses the steps that were taken and investigates how children were finally legally emancipated by the Republic of China's Civil Code.
Children in Imperial China were both strictly subordinated and legally bound to their parents. Beginning in the late Qing dynasty, several attempts were made to reform the legal paradigm of filial piety. Simon Dewes analyses the steps that were taken and investigates how children were finally legally emancipated by the Republic of China's Civil Code.
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Simon Dewes Geboren 1980; Studium der Rechtswissenschaft an der Universität Trier; 2006 Erstes Juristisches Staatsexamen; Referendariat am Kammergericht Berlin; 2009 Zweites Juristisches Staatsexamen; Studium der Geschichte und Philosophie an der Universität Trier und der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; 2010 Bachelor of Arts an der HU Berlin; mehrjährige Aufenthalte in Peking; Tätigkeit als Rechtsanwalt; seit 2018 Syndikusrechtsanwalt bei der Daimler AG.
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