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Bibliography for "The State of Knowledge Of Foreign Adoptions"

By Dr. Monica Dalen, Department of Special Needs Education, Faculty of Education, University of Oslo

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Bagley, C (1991): Adoption of native children in Canada. I: Astein, H and Simon, R (Eds): Intercountry adoption, New York: Praeger

Bagley, C (1993): Transracial adoption in Britain: A follow up study, with policy considerations. Child Welfare League of America, Vol 15, pp 285-299

Bagley, C and L Young (1979): The identity, adjustment and achievement of transracially adopted children: A review and empirical report. I: Verma and Bagley (eds): Race education and identity. England: McMillan

Berntsen, M and S Eigeland (1987): Utenlandsadopterte barn and overgang til nytt språk. Hovedfagsoppgave (Children adopted from foreign countries and their transition to a new language), Statens spesiallærerhøgskole (The Norwegian Postgraduate College of Special Education), Hosle, Norway

Blücher-Anderson, G (1983): På vag genom Sverige utan gylidg karta: Uppfölgningsstuide av adoptivbarn som anlåt till Sverige vid en ålder av 5-12 år (On the way through Sweden without an up-to-date map: a follow-up study of adopted children who came to Sweden between the ages of 5-12 years). Department of Psychology, University of Stockholm

Bohman, M (1973): Adopted children and their families. Stockholm: Propius.

Bohman, M and S Sigvardsson (1980): Negative social heritage, I: Adoption amd Fostering, nr 3, pp. 25-31

Bohman, M and S Sigvardsson (1990): Outcome in adoption: Lessons from longitudinal studies, I: Brodzinsky, D (Ed), The Psyhology and Adoption, New York: Oxford University press

Botvar,P.K (1995): Når øst møter vest... En undersøkelse blant adopterte fra Korea, India og Thailand (When east meets west …. A survey of children adopted from Korea, India and Thailand). Research report, Oslo: Diakonhjemmet Høgskolesenter (Norwegian Lutheran Hospital College Centre).

Botvar, P.K (1999): Norsk i sinn, utenlandsk i skinn. Unge adoptertes levekår and livsforhold (Norwegian in mind, foreign in looks. Young adoptees’ lifestyles and conditions. Diakonhjemmet Høgskolesenter (Norwegian Lutheran Hospital College Centre (In press)

Brinich, P (1990): Adoption from the inside out: A psychoanalytical perspective. I: Brodzinsky, D (Ed), The Psychology of Adoption, New York,: Oxford University Press

Brottveit, Å (1999): «Jeg ville ikke skille meg ut» - identitetsutvikling, ekstern kategoring and etnisk identitet hos adopterte fra Colombia og Korea ("I didn’t want to look different" - identity development, external categorisation and ethnic identity of adoptees from Colombia and Korea). Diakonhjemmets Høgskolesenter (Norwegian Lutheran Hospital College Centre) (Under trykking) (In press)

Brodzinsky, D (1990): A stress and coping model of adoption adjustment. I: Brodzinsky (Ed): The Psychology of Adoption. New York: Oxford University Press

Brodzinsky, D, D Schecter, A.L Braff and L.N Singer (1984): Psychology and academic adjustment in adopted children. I: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. Vol 59, 4, pp. 587-590

Brodzinsky, D, D Schechter and A.B Brodzinsky (1986): Children’s knowledge of adoption. I: Ashmore, R.D and D Brodzinsky (Eds), Thinking about the family: Views of parents and children. Nwe York: Lawrence Erlbaum

Brodzinsky, D, C Radice, L Huffman and A Merkler (1987). Prevalence of clinical significant symptomatology in a nonclinical sample of adopted and nonadopted children. I: Journal of Clinical Psychology , Vol 16, 4, pp. 350-356

Burman, L and I Nylander (1969): Inlarningsproblem, diciplinsvårigheter och psykisk insuffiens (Learning and disciplinary difficulties and mental insufficiency) I: Socialmedisinsk tidsskrift, 46, pp 256-263

Cederblad, M (1982): Utlandska adoptivbarn som kommit till Sverige efter tre års ålder: Anpassningsprocessen under det forste året i familjen (Foreign adoptees who have come to Sweden after the age of three years: the adaptation process during the first year with the family) Stockholm: Statens Namnd for Internatonallea Adotivfrågor (NIA)

Cederblad, M (1989): Utanlandsfodda adoptivbarn - anpassningsproblem i tonåren (Foreign adoptees - adaptation problems in the teenage years). Rapport. Lund: Institutionen for barn- og ungdomspsykiatri (Department of child and adolescent psychiatry), University of Lund, Sweden

Cederblad, M and B Hook (1986): Vart sjatte barn har psykiska storninnger (Every sixth child has mental problems), I: Lakartidningen (Medical Journal), 83, pp 953 -959

Cederblad, M, M Irhammer, A.M Mercke and S Norlander (1994): Identitet och anpassning hos utlandsfodda adopterade (Identity and adaptation on the part of foreign adoptees) Forskning om barn och familj nr. 4. (Research on children and the family, no 4) Institutionen for barn- och ungdomspsykiatri (Department of child and adolescent psychiatry), University of Lund, Sweden

Clarke A.M and A.D.B Clarke (1977): Early experience: Myth and evidence. London: Open Books

Clarke A.M and A.D.B Clarke (1988): The adult outcome of early behavioral abnormalities. I: International Journal of Behavioral Development, vol 11, 1, pp 3-19

Dalby, J.T, S.L Fox and R Haslan (1982): Adoption and foster care rates in pediatric disorders. I: Development and Behavioral Pedeatrics, 3, pp 61-64

Dalen, M (1995): Learning difficulties among inter-country adopted children. Nordisk pedagogikk, vol 15, nr. 4

Dalen, M & A.L Rygvold (1999): Hvordan går det på skolen? En analyse av utenlandsadopterte elevers skolekompetanse (How are you doing at school? An analysis of foreign adoptees’ school competence). Institutt for spesialpedagogikk (Department of Special Needs Education), University of Oslo.

Dalen, M and B Sætersdal: (1992) Utenlandsadopterte barn i Norge. Tilpasning - Opplæring - identitetsutvikling (Foreign-adoptee children in Norway. Adaptation - Training - Identity development. Doctoral thesis, Oslo: University of Oslo.

De Geer, B (1992): Internationally Adopted Children in Communication. A Developmental Study. Doctoral thesis Lund University; Department of Linguistics

Demic, J and S Wapner (1988): Open and closed adoption: A developmental conceptualization. I: Family Press, 27, pp 229-249

DuPaul, G & G Stoner (1994): ADHD in the Schools. Assessement and Intervention Strategies. New York; The Guilford Press

Fanshel, D (1972): Far from the reservation: The transracial adoption of American Indian children. New York: Scarecrow

Fadely, J & V Hosler (1992): Attention Deficit Disorder in Children and Adolescents. Springfield, Charles C Thomas Publishers

Feigelman, W and A Silverman (1983): Chosen children: New patterns of adoptive relationships. New York: Praeger

Figley, C.R and H McCubbin (1983): Stress and the family, New York: Brunner/Mazel

Filipp, S.H (1981): Kritische Lebensereignisse, Munchen: Urban and Schwarzenberg

Gallagher, J and M Vietze (1986): Families of handicapped persons, Baltimore: Brookes

Gardell, I (1979): Internationella adoptioner (International adoptions) Stockholm: Allmänna Barnhuset

Garmezy, N and M Rutter (1985): Stress coping and development in children, New York: McGraw-Hill

Gill, O and B Jackson (1983): Adoption and race: Black Asian and mixed-race Children. London: Batsford Academic and Educational Ltd, St. Martin’s Press

Grotevant, H (1997): Coming to terms with adoption: The contsruction of identity from adolescence into adulthood, Adoption Quarterly, Vol 1, 1, pp 3-26

Grotevant, H and R McRoy (1988): Emotionally disturbed adolescents: Early patterns of family adoptions. I: Family Process; 27, pp. 439-457

Grotevant, H and R McRoy (1997): The Minnesota/Texas Adoption Research Project: Implications of Openness in Adoption for Development and Relationships. Applied Developmental Science, Vol 1, No 4, pp 168-186

Grow, L and D Shapiro (1974): Black children white parents: A study of transracial adoptions. New York: Child Welfare League of America

Gunnarby, A , Y Hofvander, C Sundelin and S Sjolin (1982): Utlandska adoptivbarns halsotillstand och anpassning till svenska forhållanden (Foreign adoptees’ health and adaptation to Swedish conditions). Lakartidningen, , 1697-1705

Hallden, G (1981): Adoption i ett konflikt- och utvecklingsperspektiv (Adoption in a conflict and developmental perspective9. Doctoral thesis. Faculty of Education, University of Stockholm

Hene, B (1987): De utlandska adoptivbarnen och deras språkutveckling (Foreign adoptees and their language development). Sprins rapport; 36. Gothenburg. Department of Linguistics, Gothenburg University

Hene, B (1988): Proficiency in a new native language: On investigating the proficiency in Swedish of intercountry adoptees between 10 and 12 years of age. Paper no 4, Gothenburg: Department of Linguistics, Gothenburg University

Hersov, L (1985): Adoption and fostering. I: Rutter, M and Hersov, L (Eds), Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Oxford: Blackwell

Hersov, L (1990): The seventh Jack Tizard memorial lecture on adoption. I: Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Vol 34, 4, pp 493-510

Hofvander, Y (1978): Kliniska fynd vid halsokontroll av u-landsadoptivbarn (Clinical findings from the health control of children adopted from developing countries). Lakartidningen (Medical Journal), 75, 4674-5

Hoksbergen, R (1991): Intercountry adoption coming of age in the Netherlands: Basic issues, trends and development. I: Alstein, H and Simon, R (eds), Intercountry adoption, New York: Praeger

Hoksebergen, R (1998): Changes in Motivation for Adoption, Value Orientations and Behavior in Three Generations of Adoptive Parents. Adoption Quarterly, Vol 2 (2)

Hoksbergen, R and A Loenen (1986): Intercountry adoption in Holland: Emotional deprivation and attachment in older children, Utrecht: Werkgroep Doptie, Utrecht University

Hoksbergen R, F Juffer and B Waardenburg (1987): Adopted children at home and at school. Amsterdam: Swets & Zeitlinger

Howell, S (1998): Is blood thicker than water? Some issues derived from transnational adoption in Norway. Internal report IMA, University of Oslo

Irhammar, M (1997): Att uttforska sitt ursprung. Identitetsformande under adolescensen hos utlandsfodda adopterade (Exploring one’s origins. Foreign adoptees’ identity formation during adolescence). Doctoral thesis, Departments of Psychology, Lunds University

Jonsson, G and A Kalvesten (1964): 222 Stockholmspojkar (Stockholm boys), Uppsala: Alquist and Wiksell

Kadushin, A (1967): Reversibility of a trauma: A follow up study of children adopted when older, I: Social Work, 12, pp 22-33

Kadushin, A (1977): Adoption of older children. I: Clarke, A.M and Clarke, A.D.B (Eds): Early experience: Myth and evidence. London: Open Books

Kalve, T (1999): Utenlandsadopterte barn er sjelden i barnevernet (Foreign adoptees are rarely dealt with by the child welfare services). Adopsjonsforum, nr 1

Kats, M (1990): Adoptivbarn vakser upp (Adopted children grow up), Stockholm: Bonniers

Kirk, H. D (1964): Shared fate: A theory of adoption and mental health. New York: Free Press

Kirk, D.H (1981): Adoptive kinship. Toronto: Butterworths

Kirk, D.H (1988): The collected adoption papers. Washington: Ben Simon Publication

Kuhl, W (1985): Wenn fremdlandische Adoptivkinder erwachsen werden (When foreign adoptees grow up). Osnabruck. Terre des Homme

Kvifte-Andresen, I.L (1992): Behavioral and school adjustment of 12-13 year old internationally adopted children in Norway. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 33,pp 427-439 1992

Kvist, B, V Viemero and N Forsten (1989): Barn adopterade till Finland från utomeuropeiska lander (Children adopted to Finland from countries outside Europe). Nordisk Psykologi, 41 (2), pp 97-108

Lavik, N.J (1976): Ungdoms mentale helse (Adolescent mental health), Oslo: Universitetsforlaget

Lehland, K (1971): Barn av annen rase i norsk skole (Children of another race in Norwegian schools).
Norsk Pedagogisk Tidsskrift , Vol 55,8, s.297-305

Lyngstøl, S (1994): Utenlandsadopterte 5-åringers språk. En kartlegging av språklig nivå (The language of five-year-olds adopted from foreign countries. A charting of their language levels) . Post-graduate thesis. Department of Special Needs Education, University of Oslo

Magnusson, D (1988): Individual development from an interactional perspective: A longitudinal study, Hillsdale: Lawrence Erlbaum

McRoy, R (1983): A comparative study of the self-concept of transracially and inracially adopted black children. Doctoral thesis, Austin

McRoy, R and L. A Zurcher (1982): Self-esteem and racial identity in transracial and inracial adoptees, Social Work, 27:6

McRoy, R and L.A Zurcher (1983): Transracial adoptees: The adolescent years. Springfield: Thomas Publishers

Moser, G (1997): Skola och jobb. Inget problem (School and work. No problem) .
Invandrere & Minoriteter,1, s. 29-31. Stockholm

Nicolaysen, J (1998): Når eplet faller langt fra stammen - utenlandsadopterte and skolegang (When the child is not a chip off the old block - foreign adoptees and their schooling). Norsk Skoleblad nr. 22, s.26-28

Nordby Schwensen, B and S Regev Abrahamsen (1996): Queen Sheba is here to stay. Effects of Family Relations on Identity Formation Process of Inter Country Adopted Females, Post-graduate thesis, Department of Psychology, University of Oslo.

Ot prp nr 63 (Proposition to the Odelsting no 63) (1997-98): Om lov om endringer i lov 28 februar 1986 nr 8 om adopsjon m m. (Regarding act no 8 relating to changes to the law on adoption of 28 February 1986) Barne- and familedepartementet (Norwegian Ministry of Children and Family Affairs)

Proos L A, Y Hofvander , K Wennquist and T A Tuvemo (1992): A longitudinal study on anthropometric and clinical development of Indian children adopted in Sweden. I: Clinical and anthropometric condition at/on?? arrival. Uppsala J Med Sci 97:79-92

Pruzan, V (1977): Født i utlandet - adoptert i Danmark (Born abroad - adopted in Denmark). Report 77. Copenhagen: Socialforskningsinstituttet (Social Research Institute)

Rørbech, M (1989): Mit land er Danmark (My country is Denmark). Socialforskningsinstitutte (Social Research Institute), Report 14, Copenhagen

Rutter, M (1988): Studies of psychosocial risk; The power of longitudinal data, Cambridge: Cambridge University

Rygvold, A-L (1999): «Jeg ønsker meg sko med hengelås til bursda’n» (”I want shoes with a padlock for my birthday”)
I: Mangfold and samspill (Diversity and interaction)(Edited by: Dalen,M , Rygvold A-L, Tangen, R)
Universitetsforlaget 1999

Rygvold, A-L (1998): Utenlandsadopterte elever - dagligspråk and skolespråk (Pupils adopted from other countries - day-to-day language and school language). I : Språk and hjerne (Language and the brain), Odense: Audiopedagogisk Forening (Audio-pedagogic Association)

Schielderup, M and S Grand (1983): Den adopteredes dilemma (The adoptee’s dilemma). Spesialopgave (Doctoral thesis??) . Copenhagen: Copenhagen University

Schjelderup-Mathiesen, K and L Nytrøhaug (1977): Vietnambarn i Norge (Vietnamese children in Norway), Oslo: Grøndahø

Seglow, J Pringle and Wedge (1972):Growing up adopted. Windsor:
National Foundation for Educational Research in England and Wales

Selman, P (1993): Services for intercountry adoption in the UK: some lessons from Europe. Adoption and Fostering 17 (3), 14-19

Silverman, A and W Feigelman (1990): Adjustment in interracial adoptees: An overview. I: Brodzinsky, D (Ed), The Psychology of Adoption, New York: Oxford university Press

Simon, R and H Alstein (1977): Transracial adoption: A follow up, New York: Wiley Interscience

Simon, R and H Alstein (1981): Transracial adoption: A follow up. Lexington, Heath

Simon, R and H Alstein (1987): Transracial adoptees and their families: A study of identity and commitment, New York: Praeger

Simon, R and H Alstein (1996): The case for transracial adoption, Children and Youth Services Review, vol 18, no 1-2, pp 5-22

Skaalvik,E and S Skaalvik(1988):Barns selvoppfatning - skolens ansvar (Children’s self-perception - the school’s responsibility). Oslo: Tano

Skaalvik, E and T Lauvdal (1984): Selvoppfatning, skoleprestasjoner, kulturelle normer and foreldreholdninger (Self-perception, school results, cultural norms and parental attitudes).
Department of Education, University of Trondheim

Sommerschild, H and B Grøholt (1990): Barnepsykiatri (Child Psychiatry), Oslo: Tano

Sætersdal, B and M Dalen (1999): Hvem er jeg? Adopsjon, identitet and etnisitet (Who am I? Adoption, identity and ethnicity). Akribe Forlag (in press)

Tessem, H (1998): Utenlandsadopterte barn på skolens arena (Foreign-adopted children in the school arena)
Post-graduate thesis, Department of Educational Research, University of Oslo

Textor, M (1991): International Adoption in West Germany: A private affair, I: Alstein, H and Siomon, R(eds)?? Editors??, Intercountry Adoption. A Multinational Perspective. New York: Praeger

Tizard, B (1977): Adoption: A second chance. London: Open books

Tizard, B (1991): Intercountry adoption: A review of the evidence. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry,vol 32, no 5, pp 743-756

Tizard, B and A Phoenix (1989): Black identity and transracial adoption. New community, vol 15, no 3, 427-437

Trisiolotis, J (1973): In search of origins: The experience of adopted people. London: Routekedge & Kegan Paul

Trisiolotis, J (1988): Some moral and practical issues in adoption work. Paper presented at the International Conference on Adoption and Residential Care, Melbourne

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Verhulst, F.C, M Althaus, and H Verluis-den Bierman (1990): Problem behaviour in international adoptees. Journal of American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, no 29, pp 94 -103

Weyer, M (1979): Adoption gelungen? Erfahrungsberichte uber die Integration fremdlandischer Kinder. Stuttgart: Quell

Wichstrøm, L (1994): Mental helse blant ungdom i Norge. Oslo som særtilfelle? (Mental health of adolescents in Norway. Is Oslo a special case?) UNGforsk, Report no 3

Zeiner, P and C Bjercke (1998): Hyperaktive barn - «mestring i farta». Når diagnostikk skaper forståelse (Hyperactive children “mastering while on the go”. When diagnostics creates understanding). I B Gjærum, B Grøholt and H Sommerchild (editors): Mestring som mulighet i møte med barn, ungdom and foreldre (Mastering as a possibility when meeting children, adolescents and parents). Oslo; Tano Aschehough

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© 1992, 2001 Dr. Monica Dalen

Monica Dalen's 1992 Ph.D. dissertation focused on international adoption in Norway. Since 1992, she has been a professor in Education at the University of Oslo, Norway.
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