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  • Assisted Reproduction The Initial Testing
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    The Family Created Kristina N Simmons Professor Hawkins English 320 February 6, 2005 The dream of a getting married, starting a family, a house with a white picket fence, two kids and a dog eludes a huge number of couples in America and abroad. The perfect picture of a family is usually made complete with the addition of children. There are now more options to create a family than the traditional natural conception. The advances in technology have opened up the option of assisted reproduction su...
  • Respect And Trust In A Family
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    What Family Is To Me Adam Davis Since birth, I have grown up with a different concept of family than most people do. Instead of being born into my biological family, I was adopted into my given family. I have known I was adopted, for as long as I can remember because my parents made sure to tell me so, at the earliest age that I could understand. By adopting me and my sister into the family, my parents showed that family means love, respect and sacrifice. My adoption gave me a family to belong t...
  • Numerous Negative Stories About Adopted Kids
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    Adoption When a person decides to adopt, he takes the responsibility of raising a child who is not biologically his own. There are various reasons why people decide to adopt. Some say adoption is the best thing for certain children and many successful stories prove it to be true. However, there are also numerous tragic reports of adopted children being abused. "Basically, what adoption meant, and still means, is that someone (the adoptive couple) is promising to assume all responsibilities for t...
  • Adoption Records
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    Opening Adoption Records When a child is adopted, it is standard procedure for a new birth certificate to be issued. On this new certificate the adoptee's new name appears, along with the names of the adoptive parents. All references to the adoptee's birth name, the name of the adoptee's birth parents and the fact of the adoption, are omitted. The original birth certificate is then placed in a confidential court file, is sealed, and becomes unavailable. Although many believe the records should b...
  • Roman Law The Adopted Son
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    When a Roman man was adopted into another family (a usual event, due to the small amount of children most families had), his name would become the adopted fathers full name, plus his own family name in a declined form. Examples follow: Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus (Augustus), born in the Octavia family, adopted by Julius Caesar Mamercus Aemilius Lepidus Livia nus (Princeps senat us in the 1st century BC), born as the son of a Liv ius, adopted into the Aem ilii Lepidii. Definition and Descripti...
  • Adoption In China
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    I watched the video clip presented by Laura A. Cece re entitled, "Saving Girls' Lives: International Adoptions from China". Chinese adoptions help families in many ways. Over the decades, the idea of adoption has changed. Having many children used to be a sign of virtue. The more offspring you have, the more successful you are, because it takes more money. If someone wanted to adopt, the adoption had to take place through your extended family. A son also equaled social security. When a child was...

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