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Abstract Using in-depth qualitative interviews with 82 respondents, we examine the nature of beliefs and values about biological (birth) and adoptive parents. With a Canada-wide random sample of 706 respondents, we examine their prevalence in the larger population. We also consider how aspects...
Abstract This study explored the transracial adoption experiences of Caucasian parents who adopted children from Korea. Self-report data from parents of 117 adoptive families were used to compare mothers and fathers' perceptions in three key areas: parent reasons for adopting, family adjustment...
Abstract The occurrence of symptoms of Attention Deficit, Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in eighty children adopted from Romania was studied. Their average age on arrival was 2.10 and at the start of this study 8 years. The 72 parent-couples (response 83%) were extensively interviewed and filled...
Abstract TRIPPING ON THE COLOR LINE: BLACK-WHITE MULTIRACIAL FAMILIES IN A RACIALLY DrVIDED WORLD. Heather M. Dalmage. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2000, 200 pp., paperback edition, ISBN0-8135-2844-5, $22.00. Reviewed by Siobhan Wolf Shaffer. WAITING FOR CHRISTOPHER. Louise...
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