A Contextual Analysis and Response
Chapter 4. Black Fathers and Adoption: A Social-Contextual Analysis
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BLACK FATHERS AND ADOPTION
A Social-Contextual Analysis1
We cannot live without representing to ourselves the world around us and the objects of every sort which fill it. And because we represent it to ourselves, it enters into us and becomes a part of us.
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