Adopted a cooling off period for new york - Bookshelf
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Do parents with adoptive children see themselves as similar to or different from nonadoptive parents? Is the stigma attached to adoption lessening? Does open communication about adoption contribute to the family's well-being? How successful are adoptive adults at putting their adolescent turmoil behind them? These and many other important and complex questions are addressed in Families and Adoption, an informative guidebook that shows you how adoption is both a condition and a lifelong process.Families and Adoption discusses legislation that can serve the needs of various members of the adoptive experience to deepen your understanding of the key legal issues associated with consent and openness. It also provides you with detailed coverage of changes in adoption law, open adoption research results, transracial and transethnic adoption, and the consequences of placing versus parenting for unmarried, teenage women who give birth. Graduate students, social workers, adoption professionals, members of adoptive families, and couples wishing to adopt will find there isn't a rock that Families and Adoption leaves unturned. It presents you with vital information on the following topics: the developmental stages of reunion between an adoptive child and birth parent notions of adoption, parenthood, and kinship and how these notions are challenged after a reunion has taken place the institution of adoption as it has existed for decades in American society international adoption respecting the bonds children have and helping them develop critical attachment skills those who “accept” open-adoption and those who “embrace” it flexible parenting styles and their positive effect on developmentally vulnerable adopteesA skillful blend of personal adoption experiences and research studies, Families and Adoption explores the special issues adoption presents and how all parties involved can work together to improve placement decisions, ensure that a woman is confident in her decision to relinquish her child, and help families select the most appropriate adoption arrangement. The book's main strength is that it doesn't just look at the initial considerations of adoption; it prepares you for the issues that will arise along the way.
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Global Ocean Politics, The Decision Process at the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea, 1973-1982
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The stakes were high when, from 1973 to 1982, delegates at the Third United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS III) shaped the U.N. Convention on Law of the Sea of 1982 & ultimately influenced a large-scale transformation of the world ocean regime & the formulation of global diplomacy in the eighties. Global Ocean Politics offers a comprehensive description & analysis of the decision-making process at UNCLOS III & shows how that process determined the 1982 Convention. As such, the work complements a large number of substantive legal commentaries on the Convention by providing a detailed description & analysis of the shaping of its various components, including the major & minor trade-offs; the impacts of different negotiating strategies; & the effects of interpersonal, interdelegation, & intercoalition interactions. The work also gives the reader a broader perspective, examining the lessons UNCLOS III teaches us about the capacity of the international system to manage & regulate the use of a global common.