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While poverty is suspected to be the major reason for birth families relinquishing their children for international adoptions, little is known of the impact of the interplay among the economic, familial, and cultural aspects of a particular sending country which culminates in the adoption...
An analysis of 363 questionnaires filled out by social workers in the United States assessing their attitudes on transracial adoption (TRA)-i.e., black children being adopted by white parents-found: (1) White social workers were more in favor of TRA than were black social workers; (2) African...
IMAGINING ADOPTION: ESSAYS ON LITERATURE AND CULTURE, edited by Mary Ann Novy. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2001. 299 pages. Hardcover, $47.50. Reviewed by Allan A. Hazlett. WHEN YOU WERE BORN IN VIETNAM … A MEMORY BOOK FOR CHILDREN ADOPTED FROM VIETNAM, by Therese Bartlett, with...
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