Mixed families: adopting across racial boundaries

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Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1977 - Family & Relationships - 290 pages
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Contents

THE FAMILIES
1
FAMILY DYNAMICS
24
THE MOTIVATION TO ADOPT
39
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JSTOR: Mixed Families: Adopting across Racial Boundaries
Mixed Families: Adopting Across Racial Boundaries. Joyce A. Ladner. Garden City, New York:Anchor/Doubleday, 1977. 290 pp. $10.00. ...
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Joyce A. Ladner: Biography and Much More from Answers.com
In 1977 she published Mixed Families: Adopting Across Racial Boundaries. Here Ladner interviewed 136 transracial adoptive families, studying the societal ...
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MWP: Joyce Ladner (1943- )
Ladner followed that book with Mixed Families: Adopting Across Racial Boundaries in 1977, a study of transracial adoption, a trend which had become popular ...
www.olemiss.edu/ mwp/ dir/ ladner_joyce/ index.html

Joyce Ladner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
... Families Mixed Families: Adopting Across Racial Boundaries , the books she co-wrote included The New Urban Leaders, and Death of White Sociology. ...
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Newman Study Site Transracial
Mixed families: Adopting across racial boundaries. Garden City, NY: Anchor Press. 7Adamec, C., & Pierce, wl 1991. The encyclopedia of adoption. ...
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About the author (1977)

Joyce A. Ladner, Ph.D., a fellow of the Brookings Institution, is a nationally recognized sociologist and former President of Howard University. Winner of awards from the American Sociological Association and the Association of Black Sociologists, among other honors, she is a frequent commentator on current affairs, race, and children.