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Based on the young adult adjustment of adoptees who came to America from Mother Theresa's orphanages, we suggest that the concept of “outcomes” needs to be stretched. Most adoption studies look at outcome from a normative perspective-the success of the adoption as compared to accepted standards...
In-depth qualitative interviews with four women who chose to become single mothers through international adoption are used to explore the influences, life experiences, and social factors that made their unconventional choice possible. Four themes emerging from the grounded theory analysis are...
Formal kinship foster care is the fastest growing type of foster care placement for children under the care and protection of the state. We review the reasons for the growth in formal kinship care and outline policy structures and practices pertinent to kinship care. Next, we draw on empirical...
MOMMY FAR, MOMMY NEAR. Peacock, Carol Antoinette. Illustrated by Shawn Costello Brownell. Chicago, IL: Albert Whitman Co ., 2000, 32 pp. Hardcover $14 .95. Reviewed by the staff of Pact, An Adoption Alliance Directors: Gail Steinberg and Beth Hall Book Coordinator: Natasha Moullen Reviewed by...
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