Adoption in South Africa : trends and patterns in social work practice

  title={Adoption in South Africa : trends and patterns in social work practice},
  author={Zitha Mokomane and Tamsen Jean Rochat and The Directorate},
This paper reports findings from a research study on adoption in South Africa conducted in 2009. The research included secondary data analysis of the South African National Adoption Register to establish trends and patterns of adoption in South Africa between 2004 and 2009, and primary data collection through qualitative interviews with key informants in public and private social welfare services to explore attitudes, knowledge and experiences of social work practice related to adoption. The… CONTINUE READING

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