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Journal Issue: Adoption Volume 3 Number 1 Spring 1993

Perspectives on Open Adoption
Annette Baran Reuben Pannor

Endnotes

  1. Pannor, R., Sorosky, A.D., and Baran, A. Opening the sealed record in adoption: The human need for continuity. Journal of Jewish Communal Service (1974) 51:188–96.
  2. Baran, A., Sorosky, A., and Pannor, R. Adoptive parents and the sealed records controversy. Social Casework (1974) 55:531–36.
  3. Sorosky, A.D., Baran, A., and Pannor, R. The effects of the sealed record in adoption. American Journal of Psychiatry (1976) 133:900–904.
  4. Pannor, R., Baran, A., and Sorosky, A.D. Attitudes of birth parents, adoptive parents and adoptees toward the adoption sealed record. Journal of the Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies (1976) 19,4:1–7.
  5. Sorosky, A., Baran, A., and Pannor, R. The adoption triangle: The effects of the sealed record on adoptees, birth parents and adoptive parents. New York: Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1978; San Antonio, TX: Corona Publishing Co., 1990.
  6. See note no. 5, Sorosky et al., 1978, pp. 51–54.
  7. Sorosky, A., Baran, A., and Pannor, R. Identity conflicts in adoptees. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry (1975) 45,1:18–27.
  8. See note no. 5, Sorosky et al., p. 224.
  9. Baran, A., Pannor, R., and Sorosky, A.D. Open adoption. Social Work (1976) 22:97–100.
  10. Pannor, R., and Baran, A. Open adoption as standard practice. Child Welfare (May-June 1984) 63:245–50.