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    Carly Lorenz Composition & Rhetoric Prof. Wagner Research Paper 11-17-12 Process of Adoption It is a pretty safe bet to say that everyone knows what adoption is; it is also pretty safe to say that everyone knows‚ or at least knows of‚ someone who is adopted. However‚ I would definitely think twice before that people would know what was involved in the process of adoption. From the time I was a young girl‚ I have always thought that I would adopt a child‚ since being an adopted from

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    INTRODUCTION: Adoption is a way of providing new families for children who cannot be brought up by their biological parents. It is a legal procedure in which all parental responsibility is transferred to the adopters. Adoption is an act of giving and taking child‚ male or female in to family having no issues. According to MANU adoption is the “taking of a son ‚ as a substitute for the failure of male issue”‚ according to SECTION 3 OF” THE HINDU ADOPTION AND MAITENANCE ACT ‚ 1956” is

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    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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    Although adoption has been frowned upon in the past‚ today is it more widely accepted‚ but it is still subject to many social stigmas. While adoption does have its cons‚ the positive impact of adoption outweighs that of the negative ones. Adoption can be one of the most rewarding experiences in a family’s life. It is a family’s commitment to raising a child and giving them a family. Before considering adoption‚ one should examine the effects it has on the parents and the child‚ the amount of children

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    even cancer. It is estimated that 3% of the worlds population is adopted. An Open Records Law would NOT decrease the overall rate of adoptions. Alaska‚ Kansas‚ and Oregon give adoptees their original birth certificates. In the 1990’s has had over twice the per capita rate of adoptions as Texas. That just goes to show that this would not decrease the number of adoptions. Those who oppose Open Records may argue that this law would increase the number of abortions. They are also wrong there. Studies

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    Domestic Adoption vs. International Adoption People want to adopt for different reasons. A person or a couple decide to adopt domestically which is adopting child from the United States because they can receive a child at a young age and has access to the child health information. On the other hand‚ when a person or a couple decides to adopt internationally which means adopting a child from outside the United States but with a domestic adoption there is a possibility for the birth mother to

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    LGBT ADOPTION 1 LGBT Adoption Thomas Gregorcyk Ottawa University LGBT Adoption New Jersey’s statewide parenting legislation espouses a progressive stance on the matters of same-sex parenting and child care in the processes of adoption and foster parenting. The Garden State allows for same-sex adoption; allows single homosexuals to adopt; and allows second parent same-sex adoption (Lifelong

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    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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    The adoption of a child shouldn’t be based on whether you’re gay or you’re not‚ adoption of children shouldn’t be restricted on someone’s sexual orientation. The Catholic Church and certain religions overall see this as an abomination to humanity. Certain people believe children might grow up wanting to be gay if they are raised by gay parents‚ also there are many people out there in the world right now who are heterosexual and are not qualified to raise a child‚ they might mistreat children‚ maybe

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    What factors of transracial adoption can affect the child’s emotional development? According to the recent findings of the NHIS (National Health Interview Survey)‚ 8% of adoptions are transracial adoptions‚ and from this 8%‚ only 1% of the adoptees are adopted by white women. Even though this percentage isn’t quite huge the amount of effect it has upon the child is severe in some cases. Transracial adoption is when parents decide to adopt a child of a different race‚ either when a white family

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    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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    Closed adoptions are adoptions in which the birthparents of the adopted child have no contact with the child after he/she is adopted or with the adoptive parents. No identifying information is provided to the adoptive family or the adopted child. Closed adoptions are controversial because they basically cut off all connections between the child and the birthparents. The child may never know who their birthparents are and they may have many questions that may remain unanswered. Many people think

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    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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    deserve good loving homes. Half a million children live in foster homes today and 100‚000 are in critical need of adoption‚ according to information from the Child Welfare League of America (Rosario‚ 2006‚ p.16). Multitudes of needy children are still without parents because of misguided public opinion and unconstitutional unrealistic "faith based" ignorant bans against gay adoptions like the ones in Florida‚ Mississippi‚ and Utah (Mallon‚ 2007‚ p.12). It is believed that homosexuality is gained

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    Intercountry Adoption This report will look at Inter country adoption in Australia and will relate to the state of Victoria‚ as each states adoption laws differ slightly. Definition For the audience to understand inter country adoption we must first look at adoption in general. Adoption is when a family takes a child who has different birth parents into their lives to bring up as their own. An individual or couple becomes the legal and permanent parents of a child. People adopt a child or children

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    ADOPTION IN THE PHILIPPINES OVERVIEW An interesting program that is stable and a very good option for those who are patient and/or open to older or special needs children. Most of the children speak English and are in good care facilities. Although few agencies place children from the Philippines‚ those that do generally have very established programs. Please see our Find an Agency section to locate an agency working in this country.  Children Available: Boys and girls‚ 3 - 5 years old at placement

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    limits the options you can have‚ but adoption is an option that is beneficial to all sides. Based on research I conclude that the pros of adoption outweigh the cons. Investing your time and money can help a child’s life instead of investing it elsewhere. Adoption helps children find a home‚ whether that be children from the U.S or from a different country. There are plenty of families out there who are not able to have children of their own and sometimes adoption is the only way for couples to start

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    There are many opinions on adoption; I look at it as an alternate route other than abortion because no child should have to be put through that when they’re rally innocent. Which is a good argument because it’s not right to take the life of an innocent child but at the same time if the mother was a victim of rape she shouldn’t be judged if she wants to have an abortion because she wasn’t ready for a child yet. Putting children up for adoption sounds like a clear cut choice to me‚ rather than abortion

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    Current Social and Moral Issues Final Paper Gay Adoption: Gays Should Be Allowed to Adopt Children Political scientists define political tolerance as the willingness of individuals to respect the democratic rights of groups they don’t like. For example‚ people are tolerant under this definition if they do not like evangelical Christians‚ but they are willing to allow group members to run for political office‚ teach children‚ or hold political rallies. However‚ some

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    Transracial adoption also known as TRA‚ is defined as the adoption of children of a different race or culture from their adoptive parents‚ has been a controversial issue in the United States. Social workers are usually the one that match the child with the “parents” when it comes to adoption. The number of adoptive parents does not relate with the number of adoptive minority children. Therefore‚ more parents of a different race are able to adopt them. Many social workers see transracial adoption as an

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