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Attachment of Black Mixed Parentage Children in a Racialised Society – Beverley Prevatt-Goldstein

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This is a discussion paper to stimulate thinking on a controversial subject, the quality of attachment of black mixed parentage children in a racialised society. In the 1980’s this question was raised to challenge the unthinking placement of black children in white families. In this paper the question will be raised of attachment issues of black mixed parentage children in their birth families, the family where the vast majority of children will be raised. There will, of course, be implications for attachment in substitute families.

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