Research

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Historically, much of the academic collection of research in the intercountry adoption arena has been driven and led by professionals with little understanding of what it’s like to live the experience.

This page is dedicated to compiling intercountry adoption research led by intercountry adoptee academics who bring a different outlook and perspective to the knowledge of adoption.

Amanda Baden
Multiple publications on ICA
New: Delaying Adoption Disclosure – A Survey of Late Discovery Adoptees

Bert Ballard
Multiple publications on ICA

Gabbie Beckley
Human Rights & Social Justice in Intercountry Adoption

Christof Bex
Comparison between Transnational Adoptees and Unaccompanied Minors
Global families, global inequalities. The politics of child relinquishment, search and reunion in transnational adoption

Daniel Cidrelius
Tourism’s Role in Sri Lanka’s Adoption Practice by D Cidrelius

Stephanie Cooper-Lewter
Multiple publications on ICA

Andre-Anne Cote
Chinese Identity and Nationalism through Chinese adoption and immigration in Canada
Comparison of Intercountry Child Adoption in South Korea and China Population, Welfare and Soft Power
Giving Answers to the Hidden Children in Canada: Causes of International Adoption in China

Dominic Golding
Being White: Art, Writing & Performance Making by Vietnamese and Korean Transnational Adoptees

HeeRa Heaser
Korean Australian Adoptee Diasporas

Marijane Huang
International and Transracial Adoptees: Experiences of Racism and Racial Discrimination and Personal Coping Styles

Tobias Hubinette
Multiple publications
Comforting an Orphaned Nation: Representations of International Adoption and Adopted Koreans in Korean Popular Culture
The International adoptees of Sweden and the theory of Multiple Burdens

Lianna Johnstone
Where do I belong? An in-depth look at how adoption affects identity formation in Chinese American adoptees

Eleana Kim
Producing missing Persons

JaeRan Kim
Multiple publications
ICAR6 Presentation on Intercountry Adoption Displacement 

Oh Myo Kim
Multiple publications on ICA

Gabrielle Guiying Kuhn
A Survey of National Identity in Transracial & Transnational Chinese Adoptees

Kimberly McKee
Multiple publications

Kim Park Nelson
Multiple publications

Patrick Noordoven
Human Rights Under Pressure: The Removal of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child from the European Union’s Acquis Communautaire
Double Subsidiarity Principle and the Right to Identity
Intercountry Adoption and the Right to Identity: The Application of the Subsidiarity Principle in Brazil

Rosemarie Pena (scroll down the page to find her name)
Contextualising the Black German American Adoptee Experience

Julien Pierron
Donnees Socio-Familiales de l’Adoption Internationale en France by J Pierron
Descriptive study performed from the first 800 records of intercountry adopted children to France seen at the Overseas Adoption Consultation Monléon J. V. Doctor CHU Dijon

Eden Robertson
Remnants of Adoption: Rejection Sensitivity, Attachment & Adult Intimacy Issues

Jini Roby
Human Rights, Politics & Intercountry Adoption: An Examination of Two Sending Countries
Illicit Intercountry Adoption Practices: Sale of Children or Trafficking in Persons?
Birth Parents as Victims of Trafficking in Intercountry Adoption
From Rhetoric to Best Practice: Children’s Rights in Intercountry Adoption
Family Group Conferencing as a Culturally Adaptable Intervention: Reforming Intercountry Adoption in Guatemala
Human Rights Considerations in Intercountry Adoption: The Children and Families of Cambodia and Marshall Islands
Adoption Activities on the Internet: A Call for Regulation
Understanding Sending Country’s Traditions and Policies in International Adoptions: Avoiding Legal & Cultural Pitfalls
If I Give You My Child, Aren’t We Family? A Study of Birthmothers Participating in Marshall Islands-US Adoptions
The Feasibility of Intrafamily and In-Country Adoptions in the Marshall Islands
Openness in International Adoptions: A Study of US Parents who adopted Children from Marshall Islands
Social Justice and Intercountry Adoptions: The role of the US Social Work Community

Mary Robinson
Living a Parallel Life- Memoirs and Research of a Transnational Korean Adoptee by M Robinson

Prema Suma
An Autoethnographic Journey of Intercountry Adoption by P Malhotra

Rachel Kim Tschida
Unwed Mothers Experience Limited Reproductive Choices in South Korea

Jessica Walton
More than a Korean adoptee
Supporting the Interests of the Intercountry Adoptee beyond Childhood
Korean Adoptees and Transnational Adoption: Embodiment and Emotion

Hilbrand Westra
International Adoption and the Fight for Human Rights

Hannah Hyun White
Between Two Worlds: A Phenomenological Study of the Lived Experiences of Asian American Transracial/Transnational Adoptees Engaging in Activism and Advocacy Work

Laura X Williams
The Missing Peace: Offerings from the Study of Adoption, Culture, and Identity

Indigo Willing
Multiple publications
Intercountry Adoption: Privilege, Rights and Social Justice

 

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