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AbstractThe first three UK concurrent planning [CP] projects were evaluated with the first 24 placements. All the concurrency carers and nearly half the birth parents were interviewed before the judicial hearing determining the child's final placement. Involving birth parents in frequent contact...
AbstractAdoption disruptions have been usually studied in special needs domestic adoptions. Much less is known about disruptions in international adoptions. Case records for 20 disruptions of international adoptions in Spain were analyzed in-depth. Factors related to parents' and children's...
AbstractThis study assessed the well-being of African American adolescents in formal (n = 67) and informal (n = 194) adoption arrangements using Waves I and III of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health). Controlling for demographic and early risk factors, the outcomes...
AbstractPSYCHOLOGICAL ISSUES IN ADOPTION: RESEARCH AND PRACTICE, edited by David M. Brodzinsky and Jesus Palacios.Westport, CT: Praeger, 2005 (324 pages, ISBN 0-275-97970-9, hardcover, 115.00). Reviewed by Patricia Irwin Johnston.CONNECTING WITH KIDS THROUGH STORIES, by Denise B. Lacher, Todd...
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