Patterns of Adoption. Nature, Nurture and Psychosocial Development. Working Together For Children, Young People And Their Families

  • ID: 2246908
  • Book
  • 240 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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With the change in the range of children needing adoption, the issues surrounding adoption have increased in complexity. As older and more disturbed children are being placed for adoption, the demands these children make on post–adoption workers and parents is considerable. This text takes a broad sweep of the major research and theoretical perspectives on adoption, reviewing the work of several disciplines within psychology, sociology and social work. The book introduces the reader to the full range of knowledge and understanding.
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Nature and nurture; outcomes studies of children adopted as babies; children adopted as babies: genetic influences; children adopted as babies: environmental influences; outcome studies of older children placed for adoption; older children placed for adoption: pre–placement environmental influences; older children placed for adoption: post–placement environmental influences; heredity, environment and adoption; attachment, relationship–based theories and adoption pathways; secure patterns; anxious patterns; angry patterns; avoidant patterns; nonattached patterns; patterns of practice
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An easy–to–read book which covers a broad range of research on the social and psychological development of adopted children likely to be particularly helpful to both parents and workers. It is therefore recommended reading. Children Australia
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