The Basics of Adoption Practice
Series: Bulletins for Professionals|
Child Welfare Information Gateway |
|Year Published: 2006|
Barth, R. P., & Berry, M. (1991). Preventing adoption disruption. Prevention in Human Services, 9, 205-222.
Dozier, M., Dozier, D., & Manni, M. (2002). Attachment and biobehavioral catch-up: The ABC's of helping infants in foster care cope with early adversity. ZERO TO THREE, April/May, 7-13.
Goerge, R. M., Howard, E. C., Yu, D., & Radomsky, S. (1997). Adoption, disruption, and displacement in the child welfare system, 1976-94. Chicago: University of Chicago, Chapin Hall Center for Children.
Goodman, D. A. (1993). Here today, gone tomorrow: An investigation of the factors that impact adoption disruption (Doctoral dissertation, Ohio State University, 1993). Dissertation Abstracts International, 54, 11A (1993): 4259.
Pinderhughes, E. E., & Rosenberg, K. F. (1990). Family bonding with high-risk placements: A therapy model that promotes the process of becoming a family. Journal of Children in Contemporary Society, 21, 204-230.
Rycus, J., & Hughes, R. (1998). Field guide to child welfare. Vol IV, Placement and permanence. Washington DC: Child Welfare League of America Press.
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