Adoption and Ethics, Volume 2: The Market Forces in AdoptionBy:
This is the second volume in a series developed by the Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute.
The role of money and power in the context of adoption and the extent of accountability have become critical questions in adoption policy and practice today. These issues arise in three arenas: the adoption of infants in the United States, the adoption of children in foster care, and international adoption. This volume considers each of these in relation to market forces and the role of marketing in adoption both by prospective adoptive parents and adoption professionals.
Other Volumes in the Adoption and Ethics Series:
Volume 1: The Role of Race, Culture, and National Origin in Adoption
Volume 3: The Impact of Adoption on Members of the Triad
Volume 4: Adoption and Assisted Reproduction
Adoption and Ethics: 4 Volume Set
CWLA Stock Number: 9132
Publication Date: 2000