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Sibling relationships in adoptive and fostering families

This narrative review has led to a number of new insights, particularly in relation to the ways in which sibling relationships and placements are conceptualised.

Thanks to Strathprints and the University of Strathclyde for allowing free access to this paper – shared here for education (not for profit) purposes.

Download: Sibling relationships in adoptive and fostering families : a review of the international research literature.

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