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Contemporary Adoption

A Cooperative Enterprise
  • Dorothea S. McArthur

Abstract

The author of this chapter is an adoptive mother currently participating in the Cooperative adoption* for her adoptee daughter. She is also a clinical psychologist and a writer with a keen interest in relationships and the feelings gained through interpersonal experience. This author offers two premises.

Keywords

Adoptive Parent Attachment Figure Unborn Child Adopted Child Ongoing Relationship 
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© Rillera & Kaplan 1985

Authors and Affiliations

  • Dorothea S. McArthur
    • 1
  1. 1.Private practiceLos AngelesUSA

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