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2nd Impression accepted ADJUSTMENT CLASSIFICATION adolescence adopted adults adopted child adopted children adopted person adopted status Adoption Act Adoption of Children adoption placement adoption situation adoption societies adoption workers adoptive family adoptive home adoptive mother adoptive parents adoptive sister amongst arranged asked assessment attitude baby became behaviour biological mother biological parents birth certificate Child Adoption Church Church of Scotland Class daughter emerged England factors family doctor father feelings felt foster-children foster-parents fostered frequently friends further girl given guardian ad litem health record histories husband illegitimacy illegitimately born Impression 1965 interview John Bowlby knew later legalised litem London marriage married married couple ment Mental never occupation particular pattern possible practitioners problems quarrels realised Registrar-General for Scotland relationship reported resentful Scotland secondly siblings Social Casework Sociology sub-group tell tion told unhappy unmarried mother viewed wanted women