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The intercountry adoption debate : dialogues across disciplines

Author: Robert L Ballard; Naomi H Goodno; Robert F Cochran; Jay A Milbrandt
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015. ©2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Meaningful discussion about intercountry adoption (the adoption of a child from one country by a family from another country) necessitates an understanding of a complex range of issues. These issues intersect at multiple levels and processes, span geographic and political boundaries, and emerge from radically different cultural beliefs and systems. The result is a myriad of benefits and costs that are both global  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert L Ballard; Naomi H Goodno; Robert F Cochran; Jay A Milbrandt
ISBN: 144387129X 9781443871297
OCLC Number: 900828131
Description: x, 737 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Responsibility: edited by Robert L. Ballard, Naomi H. Goodno, Robert F. Cochran and Jay A. Milbrandt.

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Meaningful discussion about intercountry adoption (the adoption of a child from one country by a family from another country) necessitates an understanding of a complex range of issues.  Read more...
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"While the debate will likely continue as long as children are exported and imported, this is an important book for all interested in adoption and child welfare." Mirah Riben Author of "shedding Read more...

 
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