Transracial Adoption

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Transracial Adoption is the practice of parents of one race adopting a child from another race.

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Adoptions of Asians

External articles

  • John Raible, "Presumed Capacities, Assumed Identities: Queer Parents and Transracial Adoption," Gazillion Voices, 2014.
  • Rose M. Kreider and Daphne A. Lofquist, "Adopted Children and Stepchildren: 2010: Population Characteristics,", April 2014.
  • Kevin Voigt and Sophie Brown, "International adoptions in decline as number of orphans grows," CNN, September 17, 2013.
  • Barn, Ravinder. 2013. "‘Doing The Right Thing’: Transracial Adoption In The USA." Ethnic & Racial Studies 36(8): 1273-1291.
  • Jeninne Lee-St. John, "Should Race Be a Factor in Adoptions?," Time, May 27, 2008.
  • Morrison, A. 2004. “Transracial Adoption: The Pros and Cons and the Parents' Perspectives.” Harvard BlackLetter Law Journal 20: 167-206.
  • Erickson, Miya D. 2003. "Attitudes Toward Interracial Adoption." California State University, Long Beach, Ann Arbor.
  • Varnis, Steven L.. 2001. “Regulating the global adoption of children”. Social Science & Public Policy 38(2): 39-46.
  • Sharma, A.R., McGue, M.K. and Benson, P.L. 1996. “The emotional and behavioral adjustment of United States adopted adolescents: part 1. An overview.” Children & Youth Services Review, 18: 83-100.
  • Silverman, Arnold R.. 1993. “Outcomes of Transracial Adoption”. The Future of Children 3(1): 104–18.

Adoptions of African-Americans

Adoptions of Asians