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    Is adoption a good idea? Adoption is a very delicate issue when it comes to family dynamics. Although, through adoption, the parents are simply trying to create a family, or give their child a better life, mostly with good intentions, certain problems can arise. In the television show, “This is Us,” adoption controversies appear. In the show, Jack and Rebecca Pearson unexpectedly became pregnant with triplets, but during the birth, one passed. Little did they know, a child was found outside of…

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    their biological family. The act of adoption gives an opportunity for these children to be placed with a family with open arms. Based on The Gale Encyclopedia of Children’s Health: Infancy through Adolescence, adoption serves to provide children under eighteen with a permanent, legal, or non-biological parent(s) after the child has been legally relinquished at birth, orphaned, or legally removed from the custody of an unsuitable parent(s). Giving a child up for adoption would appear to be a…

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    2017 Annotated Bibliography: Adoption Child Welfare Information Getaway. "History of Adoption Practices in the United States." History of Adoption Practices in the United States - Child Welfare Information Gateway. N.p., 2016. Web. 2 Feb. 2017. Adoption has been around for thousands of years, but adoption in the US can be traced back to the 1850s. The first adoption law in the US was in Massachusetts and was considered modern. The law recognized adoption as a legal and social…

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    to adopt each year. The lack of acceptable straight couples, gay adoption can provide numerous kids with the loving home they need. Same sex couples or straight couples are a better alternative than the foster care system. So why not decrease the number of kids waiting to be apart of a family by allowing them to be raised by people who are making a big decision to cherish and love them through years that lie ahead of them? Adoption is the process of providing families with a child that can no…

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    from five days to two weeks, shown by Planned Parenthood. Open Adoption. An adoption process in which the birth parents and the adoptive parents typically stay in touch, FindLaw stated. In open adoptions, the adoptive parents meet with the biological parents a couple of times before the process to ensure that their child will be taken care of; this is the most trusting type of adoption, according to Future of the Children. Open adoption is the most favorable of the two choices today because it…

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    Adoption has become a huge part of our society today. Adoption has increased over the past few years and it still continues to increase today. It has become more socially accepted in today’s society than it was in the past. “Adoption is the creation of a new permanent relationship between an adoptive parent and child,” (Kidshealth). “Perhaps the earliest known adoption is mentioned in the Bible when the pharaoh 's daughter adopted the baby Moses,” (Kidshealth). There are many reasons as to why…

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    The children wonder in their own world what happened and why they ended up where they are now. Children need answers just like adults. Adoption needs to be open because their may be health concerns regarding their biological parents, open adoption may be healthy for all adoptive children and parents, and courts tend to prefer open adoption rather then closed adoption due to the process. In addition to the health concerns of the child his or her parents may have, they may be aware and try to find…

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    ripped to shreds if the mother of the baby changes her mind, like she legally has the right to do in every state in the United States. The ability for revocation of consent is very detrimental to the adoption process. In a book called The Third Choice: A Woman's Guide to Placing a Child for Adoption by Leslie Foge and Gail Mosconi, the two authors advise the audience, who is…

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    Adoption

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    A Synopsis on Adoption The concept of adoption is not new to humanity, while it continually evolves and sparks debate, as cultural climates are far from static. Historically, adoption dates back centuries, yet, its role in the Unites States has progressed. Adoption encompasses three sets of lives, consisting of the birth parent(s), adoptive parents, and the adoptee, thus, forming what is known as a triad. Moreover, it has theological roots, and all facets of the triad can result in both…

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    Adopted Child Adoption

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    up for adoption. The emotional and practical issues are overwhelming and need resolution. Adoptees should…

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