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Abstract In recent years, the practice of intercountry adoption is increasingly being debated within the context of human rights. Intercountry adoption raises many ethical and legal issues which are addressed in two international treaties: the Convention on the Rights of the Child, adopted by...
Abstract Results of studies to determine how well children who have been adopted internationally have adjusted consistently raise a concern about identity issues. This paper reports the results of interviews about their sense of racial and ethnic identity with 155 adolescent and young adults who...
Abstract Although adoption is a fairly common means of family building, the public lacks the orientation to express positive adoption symbols, to put a positive “face” on adoption. Adoptive families find their realities and those of others at odds, and the results are reflected in insensitive...
Abstract The silent confounds of the Main Effects Model as used in adoption research are individual difference driven self-selection and choice along with intermediary and birthparent selections. Two Chain-of-Choices Models -one for adoptive parents and one for birthparents and adoptees -are...
Abstract ADOPTION WISDOM: A GUIDE TO THE ISSUES AND FEELINGS OF ADOPTION. Russell, Marlou. Santa Monica, CA: Broken Branch Productions, 1996, 204 pp., ISBN 1-888511-12-5, $14.95 paper. Reviewed by Tracy Simonson. CHILDREN IN LONG-TERM FOSTER CARE: EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT. McAuley,...
Abstract This article reviews four print pieces from national magazines and newspapers. They cover the subjects of adoption of older children from foster care, importing pregnant women from foreign countries to facilitate American adoptions of their babies, the death of a child with reactive...
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