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edited by Kathy Shepherd Stolley and Vern L. Bullough.

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Names: Stolley, Kathy S. | Bullough, Vern L.
Published: Westport, Conn. : Praeger Publishers, 2006.
Topics: Adoption - History - Encyclopedias. | Adoption.
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245 04|aThe Praeger handbook of adoption /|cedited by Kathy Shepherd Stolley and Vern L. Bullough.
260 |aWestport, Conn. :|bPraeger Publishers,|c2006.
300 |a2 volumes (pages xxvii, 862) ;|c26 cm
336 |atext|btxt|2rdacontent
337 |aunmediated|bn|2rdamedia
338 |avolume|bnc|2rdacarrier
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|gV. 1.|tA-N --|tGeneral topical list of original content --|tPreface --|tAcknowledgments --|tIntroduction : Adoption in history /|rVern L. Bullough --|tAbandonment and adoption in European folk tales /|rGwen Brewer --|tAcquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) and adoption /|rJudith M. Saunders --|tAdolescent/teen adoption /|rSara E. Valentino --|tFirst person : Myths and realities of adopting an older child /|rLin S. Myers --|tAdopted child syndrome /|rE. Wayne Carp --|tAdoptees' Liberty Movement Association (ALMA) /|rVern L. Bullough --|tAdopting after age forty /|rElizabeth Kelly --|tThe Adoption History Project /|rEllen Herman --|tAdoption insurance /|rKathy Shepherd Stolley --|tAdoption literature sampler : the best in children's literature for adoptees /|rHelen Lodge --|tAdoption medicine (overview) /|rDana E. Johnson --|tAdoption of adults /|rVern L. Bullough --|tSidebar: Adoption of an adult : a case study /|rVern. L. Bullough --|tAdoption search movement /|rE. Wayne Carp --|tPrimary : making adoption records confidential : the 1917 Minnesota Adoption Law --|tAdoptive families of America /|rSusan A. Freivalds.
505 00|tAdoptive identity /|rHarold D. Grotevant --|tAdoptive parents /|rJerica M. Berge --|tSidebar : Parenting and adoption : Nature versus nurture /|rVern L. Bullough --|tPrimary : Must adoptive parents profess a religious belief? --|tAdult adopted persons' psychosocial adjustment /|rBarbara J. Pierce --|tAdvertising adoption /|rBeth Brindo --|tPrimary : Adoption advertisements --|tAdvocacy and adoption (Overview) /|rBeth Brindo --|tAfrica and adoption /|rAlice K. Johnson Butterfield|gand|rTenagne Alemu --|tAlbee, Edward /|rVern L. Bullough --|tAmerican Adoption Congress /|rE. Wayne Carp --|tAncient Babylonia and adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tAncient China and adoption /|rFang Fu Ruan|gand|rVern L. Bullough --|tArizona orphan abduction /|rVern L. Bullough --|tAssisted reproductive technologies and adoption /|rYvette V. Perry --|tAttachment and bonding in adoption /|rTami W. Lorkovich --|tSidebar : Biology of attachment and adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tAustralia and New Zealand : the experience of indigenous populations /|rDennis Miller --|tBaby farming /|rPriscilla Ferguson Clement --|tPrimary : Legislating against baby trafficking --|tBaby-selling /|rKaren Balcom.
505 00|tBallot initiative 58 /|rKathy Shepherd Stolley --|tPrimary : House Bill 3194 --|tBastard nation : the Adoptee Rights Organization /|rE. Wayne Carp --|t"Binding-out" children /|rKathy Shepherd Stolley --|tPrimary : "Binding-out" statutes --|tPrimary : The demise of apprenticeship, indenture, and binding-out --|tBirth fathers /|rKevin M. Green --|tSidebar : Unwed Father Registry /|rVern L. Bullough --|tBirth mothers /|rBarbara J. Pierce --|tSidebar : A "natural" mother : one woman's experience /|rVern L. Bullough --|tBoundary ambiguity in adoption /|rDeborah Fravel --|tBrace, Charles Loring /|rE. Wayne Carp --|tBuck. Pearl S. /|rDavid Beimers --|tPrimary : "I am the better woman for having my two Black children" : an account from Pearl S. Buck --|tBuddhism, infanticide, and adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tByzantine charities and abandoned children /|rVern L. Bullough --|tCanadian adoption practices /|rMichael P. Grand --|tSidebar : Lesbian adoptions in Canada /|rVern L. Bullough --|tCanon law and adoption /|rJames A. Brundage --|tThe Catholic Church and adoption : lessons from Ireland /|rMoira Maguire --|tCatholicism and adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tCensus 2000 and adoption /|rKathy Shepherd Stolley --|tPrimary : Adopted children and stepchildren: 2000 --|tChild Citizenship Act of 2000 /|rSuzanne B. Maurer --|tChild donation /|rVern L. Bullough.
505 00|tChild protection and adoption /|rZoë Breen Wood --|tPrimary : "Discovering" child abuse and protecting an abused child --|tChild Welfare League of America (CWLA) /|rElizabeth S. Cole --|tChildren after disasters and crises /|rVern L. Bullough --|tChildren's Home Society/National Children's Home Society Movement /|rRoger W. Toogood --|tChildren's literature as a resource in adoptees' lives /|rHelen Lodge --|tChildren's understanding of adoption /|rM. Elizabeth Vonk --|tChina and the change in adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tChinese orphan adoption by foreign families and the development of adoption in China /|rYue-mei He --|tClassical Greece and Rome and adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tClosed adoption /|rBetsie L. Norris --|tSidebar : Birth certificates and adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tConcerned United Birthparents (CUB) /|rKathy Shepherd Stolley --|tCounseling and adoption /|rAngela K. Fournier --|tPrimary : Serving needs --|tThe cradle society /|rE. Wayne Carp --|tCross-cultural perspectives on adoption /|rSuzanne Frayser --|tCultural socialization /|rRichard M. Lee --|tCulture camps /|rKim Park Nelson --|tCustody wars /|rVern L. Bullough --|tSidebar : What makes a family? " a case study from the courts /|rKathy Shepherd Stolley --|tDevelopmental assessment /|rBob L. Herman --|tDisruption and dissolution of adoptions /|rTrudy Festinger --|tDivorce and adoption /|rElizabeth Embry --|tDNA, adoption, and locating biological kin /|rVern L. Bullough.
505 00|tDrug-exposed infants and adoption /|rTillman Rodabough --|tEmbryo adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tEmployment benefits and adoption /|rCarrie Lacey Boerio --|tEnglish Common Law /|rVern L. Bullough --|tEthical issues in adoption /|rMadelyn Freundlich --|tEugenics and adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tPrimary : "Three generations of imbeciles are enough" --|tFacilitators, adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tFamily foster care : British perspectives /|rGillian Schofield --|tFamily preservation /|rElizabeth M. Tracy|gand|rTrista D. Piccola --|tFeminism and adoption : changing feminist perspectives on adoption /|rKatarina Wegar --|tFinancial assistance for adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tFinancial costs of adoption /|rSharon Valente --|tFisher, Florence /|rE. Wayne Carp --|tPrimary : "Who's Anna Fischer?" --|tFlorence Crittenton : National Florence Crittenton Mission/Crittenton Services /|rKatherine G. Aiken --|tForeign adoption and same-sex parents /|rVern L. Bullough --|tFoster care in the United States /|rJudith Schachter --|tFoster care : transitioning out of care /|rDonna Dea Holland --|tFoster parent adoption /|rJeanne A. Howard --|tFoundling wheels /|rVern L. Bullough --|tGay- and lesbian-headed adoptive families /|rScott D. Ryan.
505 00|tSidebar : Homosexuals and adoption : the case of Florida /|rVern L. Bullough --|tPrimary : Gay, lesbian, and bisexual adoption-related concerns : taking a position --|tPrimary : Positions on controversial gender and custody issues : where the American Psychiatric Association stands --|tGender and mental health issues /|rVern L. Bullough --|tGenetic testing /|rKathy Shepherd Stolley --|tGenetics and adoption : language and ideology /|rBarbara Katz Rothman|gand|rAmy Traver --|tGesell, Arnold /|rEllen Herman --|tGladney, Edna Browning Kahly /|rVern L. Bullough --|tGrandparent adoption /|rDiahanna Roberson --|tGroup adoption and shared motherhood /|rVern L. Bullough --|tGroup homes /|rVern L. Bullough --|tGuardian ad litem /|rSharon Valente --|tThe Hague Convention on Protection of Children and Co-operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption /|rJoanne Selinske --|tHanai and adoption in Hawaii /|rJudith Schachter --|tHealth issues in adoption /|rSharon Valente|gand|rJudith M. Saunders --|tPrimary : Investigating the child : A physician recommends a practice for avoiding the "grave injustice" of placing a mentally defective child --|tHolt, Harry and Bertha /|rE. Wayne Carp.
505 00|tHuman immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-positive infants /|rVern L. Bullough --|tHuman rights and adoption /|rSharon Valente --|tIllegitimacy /|rVern L. Bullough --|tSidebar : Religious differences in addressing illegitimacy /|rVern L. Bullough --|tIndependent adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tIndia and child adoption /|rRobert B. Tapp --|tThe Indian Adoption Project and the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 /|rDennis Miller --|tIndonesia : Permanency planning post-December 26, 2004, Southeast Asia tsunami : a case study /|rJoanne Selinske --|tInfant adoption /|rVictor Groza|gand|rFrida Perales --|tInfertility and adoption /|rSun Yung Shin|gand|rVern L. Bullough --|tInformal adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tPrimary : Informal adoption in an African-American community --|tInheritance and adoption /|rNaomi Cahn --|tInstitutionalizing parentless children : the current debate /|rVern L. Bullough --|tInternational adoption (overview) /|rAnna M. Mandalakas|gand|rVictor Groza --|tprimary : Immigrant visas issued to orphans coming to the U.S. -- 1990-2005 --|tSidebar : The Blumenfeld case /|rVern L. Bullough --|tInternational adoption agencies /|rSusan Soon-keum Cox --|tThe Internet and adoption : difficulties and rewards /|rVern L. Bullough --|tInterstate adoption (overview) /|rElizabeth (Liz) Oppenheim --|tPrimary : Oversight of interstate adoption : early legislation --|tThe Interstate Compact on Adoption and Medical Assistance (ICAMA) /|rElizabeth (Liz) Oppenheim --|tInterstate Compact on the Placement of Children (ICPC) /|rElizabeth (Liz) Oppenheim --|tIrish adoption : a history /|rMoira Maguire --|tIroquois adoption /|rWilliam Englebrecht.
505 00|tIslam and adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tJanissary /|rVern L. Bullough --|tJapan and adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tJudaism and adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tKinship care (formal) /|rMark F. Testa --|tKorea and adoption /|rHollee A. McGinnis --|tLatin America and adoption /|rCarol V. Johnson --|tPrimary : How did a rumor change international adoption policy? --|tLifebooks /|rDonna Dea Holland --|tLittle Orphan Annie /|rKathy Shepherd Stolley --|tLongitudinal adoption studies /|rVern L. Bullough --|tMassachusetts Adoption Act (1851) /|rE. Wayne Carp --|tPrimary : A milestone in adoption legislation : the Massachusetts Adoption Act (1851) --|tMatching /|rJudith Schachter --|tMedical research involving orphans and foster care /|rKathy Shepherd Stolley --|tMedieval Europe and adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tSidebar : Twins and adoption in Medieval Europe /|rVern L. Bullough --|tMedieval orphanages /|rVern L. Bullough --|tMexico and adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tModel State Adoption Act /|rKeith N. Hurley --|tMormons and adoption /|rGwen Brewer --|tMoses and adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tMuhammad /|rVern L. Bullough --|tThe Multiethnic Placement Act (MEPA) /|rJoan Heifetz Hollinger --|tMutual-aid /|rElizabeth M. Tracy --|tMutual consent registries /|rVern L. Bullough --|tNative Americans and adoption : defining who is "Indian" /|rVern L. Bullough --|tNeighborhood houses /|rGinger Hemmingsen --|tPrimary : Chicago's famous Hull House --|tNewborn adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tNineteenth century changes in American adoption /|rDennis Miller --|tPrimary : Adoption by deed in Texas --|tPrimary : The first act requiring investigation of adoptive parents.
505 00|gV. 2.|tO-Z --|tOedipus /|rVern L. Bullough --|tOlder children adoption (ages five-twelve) /|rDavid Beimers --|tOpen adoption /|rHarold D. Grotevant --|tOperation babylift /|rBree Cutting Sibbel --|tFirst person : Operation babylift : a first-person narrative /|rBree Cutting Sibbel --|tOrphanages /|rTimothy A. Hacsi --|tSidebar : Orphanages and "mental illness" /|rVern L. Bullough --|tPrimary : How I spent last Saturday --|tOrphans and adoption in adult literature /|rClaudia Nelson --|tPrimary : Orphans of all kinds need care --|tOrphans' Court /|rVern L. Bullough --|tOrphan trains /|rVern L. Bullough --|tThe Orthodox Church and adoption (with special emphasis on Serbia) /|rTea Nikolić --|tOutcomes of adoption /|rBrent C. Miller,|rKyung-Eun Park,|gand|rBryan Winward --|tParens patriae /|rAmy C. Traylor --|tParental kidnapping /|rKeith N. Hurley --|tPaton, Jean /|rE. Wayne Carp --|tPrimary : maturing adoption : Jean Paton calls for a mutual consent registry for adults --|tPermanency planning /|rJoan Vitek Hiller --|tPhotographs and advertising /|rVern L. Bullough --|tPolitical adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|tPopular culture and adoption /|rBarbara Melosh.
505 00|tSidebar : Superman /|rVern L. Bullough --|tSidebar : Rapping about adoption :"Just like me" /|rKathy Shepherd Stolley --|tPost-adoption services /|rMadelyn Freundlich --|tPostpartum depression and adoption /|rVern L. Bullough --|t"Professional" searchers /|rVern L. Bullough --|tProtestant perspectives on adoption /|rVernon Murray --|tPsychological perspectives on adoption /|rJesús Palacios --|tPrimary : Risky business : Arnold Gesell's call for clinical safeguards --|tPublic opinion on adoption /|rMadelyn Freundlich --|tRecognition events regarding adoption and fostering /|rVern L. Bullough|gand|rKathy Shepherd Stolley --|tRecruitment, adoption /|rBeth Brindo --|tRelinquishment /|rJoan Vitek Hiller --|tResidential treatment centers /|rAnne Gruenewald --|tReunification /|rKelli Malone --|tReunion /|rVern L. Bullough --|tRituals, Adoption /|rElizabeth Kelly --|tRoman law and adoptions /|rJames A. Brundage --|tRomania and adoption /|rVictor Groza|gand|rCristina Nedelcu --|tRussell, Jane /|rVern L. Bullough --|tRussia and adoption /|rLaurie Bernstein.
505 00|tSafe haven/abandonment laws /|rKeith N. Hurley --|tSame-sex adoption and heirs /|rVern L. Bullough --|tSame-sex couples and religiously-affiliated agencies /|rVern L. Bullough --|tSibling adoption /|rZoë Breen Wood --|tSingle parent adoptions /|rJoan F. Shireman --|tPrimary : Should a single person adopt a child? --|tSidebar : The psychological risks outweigh the advantages --|tSidebar : A child is better off with one parent than with none --|tSocial movements and adoption /|rBryan Shepherd --|tSocial work perspectives on adoption /|rRuth G. McRoy --|tPrimary: The National Association of Social Workers : positions on child welfare, foster care, and adoption --|tSociological perspectives on adoptive families /|rKatarina Wegar --|tSoldiers' orphans' homes /|rKathy Shepherd Stolley --|tPrimary : Celebrating the care of soldiers' orphans --|tPrimary : How Iowa cared for orphans of her soldiers of the Civil War --|tPrimary : Helping war orphans abroad --|tSouth African changes in adoption : a case study /|rPam Wilson --|tSpecial needs adoption /|rJeanne A. Howard --|tSidebar : Large special-needs adoptive families /|rVern L. Bullough --|tPrimary : Voices of disabled parents --|tSt. Peter Damian /|rVern L. Bullough --|tState adoption laws : overview of contemporary challenges /|rJoan Heifetz Holinger --|tPrimary : Minors' rights as parents --|tStatistics on adoption /|rPenelope L. Maza --|tPrimary : Adoption statistics : What do we need to know? --|tStepparent adoption /|rNaomi Cahn|gand|rJoan Heifetz Hollinger --|tSubsidy programs for adoption /|rTim O'Hanlon --|tPrimary : Adoption assistance for active duty members of the U.S. military : the Department of Defense Adoption Reimbursement Program.
505 00|tSurrogacy and adoption /|rAmy Traver --|tPrimary : Thoughts on becoming a surrogate : Mary Beth Whitehead in her own words --|tPrimary : The surrogacy agreement --|tPrimary : What makes a "fit" mother? --|tTermination of parental rights /|rMartin Guggenheim --|tSidebar : Suing for parental rights termination /|rVern L. Bullough --|tTerminology/language of adoption /|rJerica M. Berge --|tTextbooks on marriage and family : how they include adoption /|rKathy Shepherd Stolley --|tThomas, Dave /|rCarrie Lacey Boerio --|tTransracial and intercountry adoption /|rRita J. Simon --|tSidebar : Transracial adoption : a controversial case /|rVern L. Bullough --|tSidebar : Institute of Black Parenting /|rVern L. Bullough --|tFirst person : Growing up in a transracial adoptive family : two narratives /|rSusan Bullough|gand|rJames Bullough-Latsch --|tPrimary : Results of an "experience survey" : What about transracial adoption --|tPrimary : National Association of Black Social Workers (NABSW) policy on preserving families of African ancestry --|tUniform Adoption Act of 1994 : proposed UAA /|rJoan Heifetz Hollinger --|tThe United Nations and adoption /|rJohn Glass --|tU.S. Children's Bureau and adoption /|rPenelope L. Maza --|tU.S. Naturalization Service and foreign adoptions /|rSuzanne B. Maurer --|tU.S.-born children adopted by non-U.S. parents /|rKathy Shepherd Stolley --|tThe Vietnamese who did not get adopted /|rVern L. Bullough --|tVivaldi, Antonio /|rVern L. Bullough --|tWednesday's child /|rKathy Shepherd Stolley --|tWrongful adoption /|rMadelyn Freundlich.
505 00|tAppendices --|tIntroduction to the appendices --|tAppendix A : Timeline of adoption history --|tAppendix B : Providing for children in need : institutions, societies, and the growth of adoption work --|tAlmshouses --|tBefore the growth of the orphanage : children in almshouses --|tCounting children in almshouses --|tInstitutions and societies for children in need --|tEstablishing institutions for orphans : the Boston Female Asylum --|tThe first year of the Children's Aid Society --|tDangerous classes of New York --|tThe growth in institutions for children --|tBooker T. Washington addresses the informal and institutional care of Black children --|tThe changing demographics of orphanhood --|tChanging adoption practices and the professionalization of adoption work --|tThe child-savers --|tAfrican-American women's efforts to save children --|tThe outcomes study --|tA eugenics response to theis : outcome research --|tThe increasing professionalization of adoption work : identifying good adoption practices.
505 00|tIllegitimacy --|tAdoptive parents and agencies --|tUnwed mothers : preventing illegitimacy through mental hygiene --|tUnwed fathers : considering his responsibilities and needs --|tThe child : promoting a "square deal" for illegitimate babies --|tTrafficking --|tInvestigating the "traffic in babies" --|tInterstate adoption and the black-market baby "racket" --|tAppendix C : Federal legislation --|tThe Indian Child Welfare Act, 1978 --|tThe Multiethnic Placement Act of 1994, as amended by the Interethnic Provisions of 1996 --|tThe Adoption and Safe Families Act (ASFA) of 1997 --|tAppendix D : International conventions --|tUnited Nations' Convention on the Rights of the Child --|tThe Hague Convention of 29 May 1993 on Protection of Children and Co-operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption --|tAppendix E : Selected bibliography of adoption foster care and related issues --|tIndex --|tAbout the advisors, editors, and contributors.
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