Corpus ID: 152649786

Voices from Aboriginal child and family agencies in British Columbia: supporting Aboriginal adopted children with cultural planning.

@inproceedings{Grzybowski2012VoicesFA,
  title={Voices from Aboriginal child and family agencies in British Columbia: supporting Aboriginal adopted children with cultural planning.},
  author={Kim Grzybowski},
  year={2012}
}
Dr. Jeannine Carriere (School of Social Work) Supervisor Dr. Cathy Richardson, (School of Social Work) Department Member This study explores the stories of Executive Directors of Delegated Aboriginal Child Welfare Agencies in regards to cultural planning for Aboriginal children being adopted into nonAboriginal homes in British Columbia. This qualitative study used an Indigenous methodology to describe and interpret the elements of cultural planning for adopted Aboriginal children by… Expand
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