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Cross-cultural approaches to adoption /

edited by Fiona Bowie.

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Names: Bowie, Fiona.
Published: London ; Routledge, ©2004.
Edition: 1st ed.
Series: European Association of Social Anthropologists (Series)
Topics: Adoption - Cross-cultural studies. | Kinship - Cross-cultural studies. | Families - Cross-cultural studies. | Adoption - Études transculturelles. | Parenté - Études transculturelles. | Famille - Études transculturelles. | FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - Adoption & Fostering. | Adoptie. | Interculturele vergelijking.
Genres: Electronic book. | Cross-cultural studies. | Electronic books.
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245 00|aCross-cultural approaches to adoption /|cedited by Fiona Bowie.
250 |a1st ed.
260 |aLondon ;|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|c©2004.
300 |a1 online resource (xviii, 279 pages) :|billustrations.
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500 |a"Simultaneously published in the USA and Canada by Routledge."
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tAdoption and the circulation of children : a comparative perspective /|rFiona Bowie --|tAdopting a native child : an anthropologist's personal involvement in the field /|rGodula Kosack --|tAfrica. 'The real parents are the foster parents' : social parenthood among the Baatombu in Northern Benin /|rErdmute Alber --|tFosterage and the politics of marriage and kinship in East Cameroon /|rCatrien Notermans --|tAdoption practices among the pastoral Maasai of East Africa : enacting fertility /|rAud Talle --|gAsia and Oceania.|tKorean institutionalised adoption /|rInge Roesch-Rhomberg --|tTransactions in rights, transactions in children : a view of adoption from Papua New Guinea /|rMelissa Demian --|tAdoption and belonging in Wogeo, Papua New Guinea /|rAstrid Anderson --|tAdoptions in Micronesia -- past and present /|rDietrich Treide --|gCentral and South America.|tThe one who feeds has the rights' : adoption and fostering of kin, affines and enemies among the Yukpa and other Carib-speaking Indians of Lowland South America /|rErnst Halbmayer --|tThe circulation of children in a Brazilian working-class neighbourhood : a local practice in a globalized world /|rClaudia Fonseca --|tPerson, relation and value : the economy of circulating Ecuadorian children in international adoptions /|rEsben Leifsen --|tChoosing parents : adoption into a global network /|rHuon Wardle --|gIntercountry and Domestic Adoptions in 'the West'.|tNational bodies and the body of the child : 'completing' families through international adoption. /|rBarbara Yngvesson --|tThe backpackers that come to stay : new challenges to Norwegian transnational adoptive families /|rSigne Howell --|tPartial to completeness : gender, peril and agency in Australian adoption /|rJon Telfer --|tAdoption : a cure for (too) many ills /|rPeter Selman.
520 |aThe articles in this volume look at adoption practices from around the world, including examples of societies in which children are routinely separated from their biological parents. The text illustrates the range & flexibility of child-rearing practicesthat approximate to the Western term 'adoption'.
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