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Analysis by Branco published in international journal Genealogy

Oct 06, 2022

A secondary analysis titled "False Narratives: Illicit Practices in Colombian Transnational Adoption," by Dr. Susan Branco, assistant professor of counselor education, was published in Genealogy, an international, peer-reviewed and open access journal. 
The research was largely completed with SBU Institutional Review Board approval during Branco's time spent in Bogota, Colombia, last summer. To access the article, click here
Additionally, an entry titled, "Adoption, Same Gender," was accepted for publication in the SAGE Encyclopedia of Multicultural Counseling, Social Justice, and Advocacy.
An earlier entry, "Transracial Adoption," was previously accepted to be included in the encyclopedia.

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