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The issues surrounding adoption continue to be debated. This assembly of essays looks at how adoption should be viewed, what types of adoption should be encouraged, and at what policies should govern adoption. Essay sources include the National Council for Adoption, American Adoptions, Ethan Epstein, Stephanie Pappas, and Joyce Bahr. One essayist states that adoption is a social good while another takes a look at the dark side of adoption. One essayist claims that transracial adoptions should be encouraged while another presents reasons why it should not be. By reading a sequence of intelligent but divergent views on each topic, readers will be able to think critically about their own opinions and where they fit into the debates.
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, [2014]
Copyright Date: ©2014
ISBN: 9780737769180
Branch Call Number: 362.734 Ado
Characteristics: 130 pages : illustrations.
Additional Contributors: Langwith, Jacqueline


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