Adoption & Fostering
- Sage Publications, Inc.
- Publication date:
- First document:
- Vol. 30 Nbr. 1, March 2006
- Last document:
- Vol. 36 Nbr. 3, September 2012
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- Between colourblindness and ethnicisation: transnational adoptees and race in a Swedish context.
- Adoption in South Africa: trends and patterns in social work practice.
- 'What the map cuts up the story cuts across': Narratives of belonging in intercountry adoption.
- Intercountry adoption and the inappropriate/d other: refusing the disappearance of birth families.
- New ways of thinking about the influence of cultural identity, place and spirituality on child development within child placement practice.
- The global decline of intercountry adoption: what lies ahead?
- Whether Scottish process is convention compliant.
- Social skills of adopted Chinese girls at home and in school: parent and teacher ratings.
- Surrogate children born in India.
- Adopted Chinese girls come of age: feelings about adoption, ethnic identity, academic functioning, and global self-esteem.
- Foster care: a role for social pedagogy?
- Staying on beyond 16.
- Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law: 'Your shout! Looked after children's perspectives on the Children Act 1989'.
- For students and practitioners.
- Interim care order: need for court to balance risk of harm through remaining at home against risk of harm in separating a child from parents.
- American Journal of Preventive Medicine: 'The effectiveness of therapeutic foster care for the prevention of violence'.
- Surviving the system as a foster carer.
- Representing Children: 'Scratching at the door: some personal reflections on the contact provisions in the Adoption and Children Act 2002'.
- Universities rewarded for commitment to care leavers.