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difficulties that the child(ren) is experiencing with the abduction,

whilst the abducting parent being none of those problems with the parental perception may, in fact, be situation, it may be, and often is, a

interviewed

may associate

abduction.

Although this

an accurate reflection of the result of the prejudice with

which

these

parents

continue

to

view

what

has

happened

and

may be coloured by relationships between

the

past, and

the

parties.

sometimes

the

continuing,

Nonetheless, the view of the interviewed parent on the effects of the abduction on the child(ren) is of some real significance in investigating the effects of abduction because, not only can it shed some light on the effects on the child(ren), especially where that view is compared with the view of the child herself, but it may also provide some indication of the effects on that parent. 31

(a)

Discussions and Recall:

27 interviews were conducted concerning current cases (i.e. the 25 previously interviewed adult interviews + 2 “others” concerning current cases). 32

17 of the 27 interviewees (62.96%) said that the child(ren) does

not discuss when they attempts to

with the interviewee the events which occurred

were away. discuss these

Some issues

of those interviewed reported with the child(ren) which were

rejected by the child(ren) who asked why that “keep on about it”. One interviewed parent

party wanted to explained that

abduction is “too big for most people” and child(ren) often did not want to discuss it even their friends. Children do not usually and abduction makes them very different.

that, therefore, the with other people, like to be different

31 32

See Overall Conclusions. See above for description of the interview participants.

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