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Openness in Adoption: Exploring Family Connections

Harold D. Grotevant, Ruth Gail McRoy - Family & Relationships - 1998 - 229 pages
Harold Grotevant and Ruth McRoy provide a thorough review of the issues involved in openness in adoption and a clear description of the methods and results of the landmark ...
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Children's Adjustment to Adoption: Developmental and Clinical Issues

David M. Brodzinsky, Daniel W. Smith, Anne B. Brodzinsky - Family & Relationships - 1998 - 142 pages
Focusing on developmental and clinical issues in children's adjustment to adoption, the authors introduce this volume with an overview of historical and contemporary ...
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After Adoption: Direct Contact and Relationships

Carole Smith, Janette Logan - Family & Relationships - 2004 - 199 pages
Few children nowadays are placed for adoption with no form of contact planned with birth relatives and it has become common professional practice to advocate direct rather than ...
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The Face in the Mirror: Teenagers and Adoption

Marion Crook - Family & Relationships - 2000 - 154 pages
Based on numerous interviews with adopted teens, adoptive parents, and birth parents, this book brings attention to the growing and often controversial phenomenon of teenagers ...
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My Search for Catherine Anne: One Man's Story of an Adoption Reunion

Barrie Clark - Family & Relationships - 1989 - 158 pages
Author Barrie Clark tells how he explored every possible source of information that might lead him to his daughter, who was given up for adoption. He also tells how, unknown to ...
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Truly Yours: Thoughts on the Miracle of Adoption

Laura Dail - Family & Relationships - 2004 - 86 pages
More than five million people in the United States are adopted. Given the birth parents, adoptive parents, siblings, grandparents, and other extended family members connected ...
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The Language of Blood: A Memoir

Jane Jeong Trenka - Biography & Autobiography - 2003 - 226 pages
The author recounts her life as she and her sister left their homes in Korea and were adopted by a family in Minnesota, describing her lack of ethnic identity and her eventual ...
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