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In general, research suggests that most children who are adopted by parents of another race or culture tend to be:

▸ similar in achievement and social development to children adopted by parents of the same race or culture.

▸ well-adjusted only if they are girls; boys adopted by parents of another race tend to struggle with feelings of ethnic confusion.

▸ higher in self-esteem than children adopted by parents of the same race or culture.

▸ better at making friends but more likely to have low achievement than children adopted by parents of the same race or culture.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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