lundi 22 janvier 2018

EXAMINING THE PRIMARY SCHOOL EXPERIENCES OF INTER COUNTRY ADOPTEES: PERSPECTIVES OF ADOPTIVE PARENTS AND CHILDREN


Intercountry adoptees represent a minority group in Australian schools which is under-represented in educational research, in teacher training and in professional development programs. School personnel may therefore lack knowledge, understanding or personal experience in regard to the possible impact of attachment disruption and complex trauma on children’s development. This qualitative study examined the diverse primary school experiences of intercountry adoptees, from the perspectives of adoptive parents and children in relation to these and other school-related issues.

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https://eprints.qut.edu.au/104288/1/Tracey_Sempowicz_Thesis.pdf

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