A theory of children’s decisional privacy

Decisional privacy offers individuals the freedom to act and to make important decisions about how they live their lives, without unjustifiable interference from other individuals or the state. Georgina Dimopoulos discusses a theory of children’s decisional privacy.

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Forthcoming: Decisional Privacy and the Rights of the Child https://www.routledge.com/Decisional-Privacy-and-the-Rights-of-the-Child/Dimopoulos/p/book/9781032123462

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