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AbstractA sample of 126 single-mother adoptive families was compared with 415 dual-parent adoptive families on their adopted Chinese daughters' internalizing and externalizing problem behaviors as measured by the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) parent report form. The single-mother families...
AbstractInternational adoption has been presented in the literature almost exclusively from a dominant western perspective with little consideration for that of the sending countries. This study seeks to capture Chinese perceptions of international adoption. The inextricable relationship between...
AbstractWANTING A DAUGHTER, NEEDING A SON: ABANDONMENT, ADOPTION, AND ORPHANAGE CARE IN CHINA, by Kay Ann Johnson. Yeong & Yeong Book Company, St. Paul, Minnesota. 2004, 272 pages, ISBN 0-9638472-7-9, hardcover, $24.95. Reviewed by Tony Xing Tan.DISTURBING THE PEACE, by Nancy Newman. New York:...
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