Adoption Quarterly is an unparalleled forum for examining the issues related to adoption as viewed from a lifespan perspective, and of the psychological and social meanings of the word "family."
This international, multidisciplinary journal addresses continuity in adoption issues that are important to both practitioners and researchers, such as: negotiation of birth and adoptive family contact; identity formation in the context of adoption; adoption as a premier paradigm for studying the interactions of nature, nurture, and the lifelong development of the adoptee, and more.
Despite the importance of adoption in family formation and its considerable value as a paradigm for scientific study, there is no other scholarly journal specializing in this field.
Adoption Quarterly is welcoming submissions. Read the Instructions for Authors for information on how to submit your article. Authors can also choose to publish gold open access in this journal.
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Publishing with Adoption Quarterly ensures:
- Validation of your article with our robust peer review process
- Global reach with an international readership
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Read the latest research
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|Academic Achievement Among Adopted and Nonadopted Children in Early School Years||Monica Dalen & Steinar Theie|
|The International Adoption Experience: Do They Live Happily Ever After?||Maha N. Younes & Stephanie A. Klein|
|Adoption by Lesbians and Gay Men in Europe: Challenges and Barriers on the Journey to Adoption||Roberta Messina & Salvatore D'Amore|
|Locating the Intersections of Disability, Race and Ethnicity in Adoption Rates among Foster Children Introduction||Lisa Johnson, Elspeth Slayter & Allyson Livingstone|