Internet and Adoption Surveys
Shaping thoughtful, humane and ethical laws, policies and practices requires knowledge. Even though the Internet and social media are forever changing adoption, however, we know little about their impact on the tens of millions of people affected. That’s why the Adoption Institute is launching it new study seeking information from adopted persons, adoptive parents, birth/first parents, and adoption professionals about their relevant use of this life-altering technology – on adoption practice, on search and reunion, on vulnerable children (and adults), and much more. You can help by taking just 15-20 minutes to fill out one of our surveys; just click on the appropriate link below. And please spread the word far and wide to colleagues, friends, through email blasts, on Facebook and Twitter, in newsletters and blogs, and any other way you can think of. We are very grateful for your assistance in this important, unprecedented work. This research follows up on our 2012 report
Untangling the Web.
To participate, please use the links below