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Adoption

Title of Speech: THINK KARLA Topic: Adoption (Open Adoption) Specific Purpose: To persuade and convince my audience to adopt a child, whether it be domestically, privately, or internationally, and to raise the child with connection to birth mother and father if deemed appropriate. Thesis Statement: Adoption gives the children a better chance at a good life. I. Introduction A-D. Children everyday are born into this world and abandoned. Many grow up not understanding who their parents are...

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Adoption

 REPUBLIC ACT 8552 The Domestic Adoption Act of 1998 Republic Act No. 8552 otherwise known as the "Domestic Adoption Act of 1998” is an act establishing the rules and policies on domestic adoption of Filipino children. This act was passed by both house of Congress on February 13, 1998 and approved by President Fidel V. Ramos on February 13, 1998. The Domestic Adoption Act of 1998 ensures that every Filipino child is provided with love, care, understanding and security toward the full development...

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Close Adoption vs. Open Adoption

concept of adoption was not legally recognized in the United States until the 1850’s, with the inception of the first adoption laws. While transfers of children to substitute parents or now known as “adoptive parents” had occurred informally since American colonial times, adoption laws legitimized the informal adoptive arrangements which previously existed. There are now two different forms of adopting a child: open or closed adoptions. Although there are two options for adoption, all adoptions should...

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Open Adoption vs. Closed Adoption

Many children are adopted each year, and with these children being adopted there are adoptions. There are many forms of adoption used throughout the world, but the biggest forms of adoption are closed adoption and open adoption. Open adoptions are adoptions in which the birthmother, the biological mother of an adoptee, is allowed contact with the adoptee. Closed adoption is an adoption where the birthmother of the adoptee is not present in the child’s life in any way shape or form. The birth family...

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Homosexuals and Adoption

heterosexual parents (Coparent or second-parent adoption by same-sex parents.,2002). This is not an issue about gays”, Ohio House Speaker Jon Husted states, who was adopted as a child. “This is about children” (Stone, 2008). Homosexual parents have proven their qualifications for being foster. The National Adoption Center believes that each and every child deserves a stable and permanent home with a loving and nurturing family. The National Adoption Center also has a policy that no one should be...

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Interracial Adoption

Kiya Smith February 20, 2010 Period 6 Interracial Adoption Do you know or have you ever known anybody that has been interracially adopted? If so, how did they feel about the adoption? Were they able to cope with all of the hardships of the adoption or did they struggle trying? Interracial adoption is a very serious issue. It is nothing to play around with. Most people adopt interracially not knowing or understanding the severity of the situation. Adopting interracially affects...

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Adoption of Animals

of…………………………………………. Resident of…………………………………………………………….having his permanent address/correspondence address at……………………… Pan Card No. ………………………………., Tel No………………………………….hereinafter called the Second Party of the other Part. WHEREAS a programme for the adoption of animals/birds has been launched by the First Party and under the said programme any animal or bird housed in the aforementioned Zoological Park may be adopted by corporate houses or individuals. AND WHEREAS this said programme has been initiated...

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Adoption Is an Option

Dixon ENG 102 MWF 10am Mrs. Russell 04/05/2013 Adoption Is an Option The first question a teenager asks after getting a positive pregnancy test is, “What am I going to do with the baby?” There are three options to consider: getting an abortion, keeping the baby, or giving it up for adoption. Abortion is probably the worst and most dangerous, followed closely by the decision to keep the baby, which is also dangerous and very expensive. Adoption is the safest, least expensive, smartest choice...

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Gay Adoption

willing and able to adopt this child and have also proven your competency to do just that. Homosexuals have always faced discrimination, mostly for religious purposes, and have been denied basic rights that are not denied to heterosexuals. The gay adoption process is very rigorous, including extensive home visits and interview of prospective parents. It is designed to screen out those individuals who are not qualified to adopt or e foster parents, for whatever reason. All of the evidence shows that...

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Transracial Adoption

Transracial Adoption Transracial fostering and adoption is a hugely controversial issue in Britain with professionals polarised on what is best for vulnerable children coming into care. There were ‘approximately 65,000 children were placed in care in England and Wales in 2005’ (McVeigh, 6/7/2008). Just under 80per cent are white in a country where 87 per cent of the population class themselves as white British. This means that ethic minority children are over-represented in the care system, and...

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