International Advances in Adoption Research for Practice

  • ID: 2172261
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 358 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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International Advances in Adoption Practice brings together the cutting–edge research from the worldwide community of leading adoption researchers.   Among the issues covered are international and domestic adoption, openness, adoption from the perspective of the birth family, the child and the adopters, and adoption of children with special needs and those from deprived backgrounds. Featuring authors from five different countries, this book provides a truly international and interdisciplinary view on adoption, and is designed to be relevant and accessible to a wide audience, especially practitioners working in adoption.
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Contributors.

Foreword.

Preface.

Acknowledgements.

PART 1: ADOPTION IN CONTEXT.

Chapter 1: Nature, Nurture and Narratives (David Howe).

Chapter 2: How Tight Was the Seal? A Reappraisal of Adoption Records in the United States, England and New Zealand, 1851–1955 (E. Wayne Carp).

Chapter 3: From Bucharest to Beijing: Changes in Countries Sending Children for International Adoption 1990 to 2006 (Peter Selman).

Chapter 4: The Ecology of Adoption (Jesús Palacios).

PART 2: RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES.

Chapter 5: Children from Care CAN Be Adopted (Ruth G. McRoy, Courtney J. Lynch, Amy Chanmugam, Elissa Madden and Susan Ayers–Lopez).

Chapter 6: Understanding Links Between Birth Parents and the Child They Have Placed for Adoption: Clues for Assisting Adopting Families and for Reducing Genetic Risk (David Reiss, Leslie D. Leve and Amy L. Whitesel).

Chapter 7: Effects of Profound Early Institutional Deprivation: An Overview of Findings from a UK Longitudinal Study of Romanian Adoptees (Michael Rutter, Celia Beckett, Jenny Castle, Emma Colvert, Jana Kreppner, Mitul Mehta, Suzanne Stevens and Edmund Sonuga–Barke).

Chapter 8: International Adoption Comes of Age: Development of International Adoptees from a Longitudinal and Meta–Analytical Perspective (Femmie Juffer and Marinus H. van Ijzendoorn).

Chapter 9: Attachment Representations and Adoption Outcome: On the Use of Narrative Assessments to Track the Adaptation of Previously Maltreated Children in Their New Families (Miriam Steele, Jill Hodges, Jeanne Kaniuk, Howard Steele, Kay Asquith and Saul Hillman).

Chapter 10: Adopted Adolescents: Who and What Are They Curious About (Gretchen Miller Wrobel and Kristin Dillon)?

Chapter 11: Emerging Voices – Reflections on Adoption from the Birth Mother s Perspective (Ruth Kelly).

Chapter 12: The Corresponding Experiences of Adoptive Parents and Birth Relatives in Open Adoptions (Elsbeth Neil).

Chapter 13: Emotional Distance Regulation over the Life Course in Adoptive Kinship Networks (Harold D. Grotevant).

Chapter 14: Connecting Research to Practice (Gretchen Miller Wrobel and Elsbeth Neil).

Index.

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"This is a rich and varied collection of papers – demanding to read but full of insight, wisdom and fresh viewpoints......  Adoption research across the world is alove and well and the editors are to be congratulated for bringing some of the most significant recent aspects of this together in a single volume." (Adoption & Fostering, 2010)
"International Advances in Adoption Research for Practice is an important volume, composed of research that can be used to inform adoption practice. Adoption researchers and practitioners, as well as developmental psychologists, will benefit from the knowledge presented in this volume." ( PsycCRITIQUES , April 2010)
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