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Adoption and Ethics, Volume 1: The Role of Race, Culture, and National Origin in Adoption
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What role does race, culture, and national origin place in an adopteeā€™s personal identity? To what extent should racial and cultural similarities and differences between adoptive parents and children be taken into account? This volume, first in a series developed by the Evan B. Donaldson Institute, provides a synthesis of current research, literature, and legislation in three areas: transracial adoptions, adoptions of American Indian children, and international adoptions. Arguments from all sides of these controversial issues are clearly presented, providing a complete overview of this important area of current adoption practice.

Other Volumes in the Adoption and Ethics Series: 

 Volume 2: The Market Forces in Adoption 

 Volume 3: The Impact of Adoption on Members of the Triad 

 Volume 4: Adoption and Assisted Reproduction 

 Adoption and Ethics: 4 Volume Set