A youth passed in solitude, my best years spent under your gentle and feminine fosterage
, has so refined the groundwork of my character that I cannot overcome an intense distaste to the usual brutality exercised on board ship: I have never believed it to be necessary, and when I heard of a mariner equally noted for his kindliness of heart and the respect and obedience paid to him by his crew, I felt myself peculiarly fortunate in being able to secure his services.
The German kitchen manufacturer's continuous development is based on the research for innovations, the use of the most advanced manufacturing technologies and the fosterage
of the traditional craft.
If he had not agreed to marry Polly Mooney, she would very likely have been sent off to one of the "Maggies" institutions to spend her life as an unpaid slave after having had her child taken away to die from neglect or be sold into fosterage
3) I also use the colonial court archives in Accra, focusing on cases concerning slavery and fosterage
among Akuapem people from 1869 to 1900; there is very little on ageing.
Refiere en primer lugar, a la diferenciacion que propone Jack Goody en torno a adopcion y el fosterage
, quien afirma que en el primer caso la transferencia de derechos del progenitor al tutor es definitiva, motificando el estatus y la identidad del nino de manera irreversible.
She covers the politics of child abandonment, the private negotiation of child fosterage
, state orphanages, and the internationalization of orphans.
As a consequence, patron-client relationships, involving fosterage
and adoption, volunteerism and collective endeavors have been quite widespread in Africa.
Dans le large continuum de ces diverses modalites, elle se situe a Foppose de la garde temporaire et se distingue aussi radicalement du fosterage
(49), car elle detache completement et definitivement l'enfant de ses premiers parents.
64,65) Other evidence, however, suggests that the effects of child fosterage
may be more complex and may depend on the specifics of the fostering arrangement and the circumstances surrounding it.
214) These benefits are extended beyond married mothers and fathers to legal custodians and those who have "taken a child for permanent care and fosterage
2) Sally Gordon (1987) describes child-shifting as fosterage
involving the reallocation of dependent or minor children to a household not including a natural parent.
Simply put, the novel implies that its heroine's fosterage
at Mansfield Park is essential to the alterations or improvements that allow Fanny Price to become Fanny Bertram, and yet the positive values the novel associates with that estate are native to Fanny Price rather than to the Bertrams.