Choosing Ethnicity, Negotiating Race : Korean Adoptees in America /
Transnational adoption was once a rarity in the United States, but Americans have been choosing to adopt children from abroad with increasing frequency since the mid-twentieth century. Korean adoptees make up the largest share of international adoptions- 25 percent of all children adopted from outsi...
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New York :
Russell Sage Foundation,
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Ebook Central Academic Complete
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