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In this essential contribution to the current literature on adoption, Peter Conn seamlessly draws upon philosophy, history, literary criticism, and related fields to offer a fascinating narrative of the global history of adoption. By bringing an unprecedented historical perspective to bear on the subject, Conn advances our understanding of the role of the concept of 'culture' in attitudes toward international adoption and provides an enduring conceptual and historical framework for future research. This book is crucial to understanding the issues faced not only by the ever-growing number of adoptees in the United States, but also to the welfare of children the world over.... 57 a€œChildrena#39;s Charter, Thea€, 84 Chosen Baby, The (Valentina Wasson), 90 Christenberry, Judy, 136 Cicero, 35a€“36 Clement of Alexandria, 46 Clodius, 36 Code of Hammurabi, 27 Code Napoleon, 48 Cohen, Myron, 38 Color of ... Du Bois, W. E. B., 114 Dumoulin, Charles, 45 Dyer, Amelia, 86 a€œDying Rooms, Thea€ ( television documentary), 119 Economist, ... George, 135 Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 72 A‰mile (Jean Jacques Rousseau), 14 Encyclopedia ofIslam, 54 Epistle to the Romans, anbsp;...

Author: Peter Conn
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2013-01-28

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