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Title: Foster Care Adoptees' Psychosocial Adjustment in Relation to Adoptive Parent-Child Relationship and Birth Family Contact (English sample)
Contributor(s): del Pozo de Bolger, Andrea  (author)orcid ; Dunstan, Debra  (supervisor)orcid 
Publication Date: 2018-03-20
Handle Link: https://hdl.handle.net/1959.11/215358
Abstract/Context: Additional study dataset associated with the thesis, 'Adoptions from foster care through Family and Community Services (FACS)' The file contains raw de-identified data from a Qualtrics survey. Participants were parents who adopted children from foster care in England. The file contains demographic data in relation to the adopted child, the adoptive family, adoptees’ functioning and adoptive parent-child relationship.
Publication Type: Dataset
Field of Research (FOR): 160702 Counselling, Welfare and Community Services
Socio-Economic Objective (SEO): 970116 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
Keywords: foster care
child adoption
Location: northlimit=56.18523146757; southlimit=49.628411360967; westlimit=-7.2705137729644; eastLimit=3.3203065395356; projection=WGS84
Format: 1 SPSS .sav
Access rights: Mediated
Open Access Embargo: 2019-12-31
HERDC Category Description: X Dataset
Project: Adoptions from foster care through Family and Community Services (FACS)
Dataset Managed By: School of Behavioural, Cognitive & Social Sciences
Rights Holder: University of New England
Rights Statement: Data is deidentified but remains confidential. Contact the Chief Investigator for access and reuse requests.
Dataset Stored at: Univeristy of New England
Primary Contact Details: Andrea del Pozo de Bolger - adelpoz2@une.edu.au
Dataset Custodian Details: Andrea del Pozo de Bolger - adelpoz2@une.edu.au
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