|Introduction KATARINA WEGAR||1|
Imagining Adoptive Families:
Ideology, Perceptions, and Practice
|1||Adoption and the Culture of Genetic Determinism BARBARA KATZ ROTHMAN||19|
|2||Family Ideals and the Social Construction of Modern Adoption: A Historical Perspective JULIE BEREBITSKY||29|
|3||Adoption and Public Opinion: Implications for Social Policy and Practice in Adoption CHARLENE E. MIALL AND KAREN MARCH||43|
|4||Adoption in the Media: In Need of Editing ADAM PERTMAN||60|
|5||Urchins, Orphans, Monsters, and Victims: Images of Adoptive Families in U.S. Commercial Films, 1950–2000 CHRISTINE WARD GAILEY||71|
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Publication information: Book title: Adoptive Families in a Diverse Society. Contributors: Katarina Wegar - Editor. Publisher: Rutgers University Press. Place of publication: New Brunswick, NJ. Publication year: 2006. Page number: vii.
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