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  Kinship Care - Adoption Encyclopedia
Kinship arrangements are likely to involve caregivers who are older, in poor health, have less education and are poorer than nonrelative foster parents.
In addition, critics argue that kinship care providers are not as thoroughly screened by state social workers as are nonrelative foster parents, nor are the children's cases monitored as closely.
According to CQ Researcher, because of problems with kinship care some states have established a "subsidized guardianship" arrangement, wherein the relative receives a monthly subsidy and is established as the child's legal guardian.
encyclopedia.adoption.com /entry/kinship-care/203/1.html   (716 words)

 Kinship - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kinship is the most basic principle of organizing individuals into social groups, roles, and categories.
It was originally thought to be determined by biological descent, a view that was challenged by David Schneider in his work on Symbolic Kinship (1984, A Critique of The Study of Kinship).
The crux of his argument was that anthropologists had founded the domain of “kinship” on the notions of human reproduction and the biologically defined relatedness of their own Euro-American culture.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Kinship   (200 words)

 Adopting an Infant with Kinship Center   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Kinship Center staff are educated, trained, and ready to offer adopting parents the information and the education they need to decide about adoption and to contact a birth mother with whom they feel compatible.
Kinship Center staff also offers individual and group counseling to birth parents to help them with their grief, their ambivalence, if they are not sure of their decision, family and personal relationships, medical care and living arrangements, and plans for the future.
Kinship Center staff is available, even evenings and weekends, to be with you and the birth mother when the baby is born.
www.kinshipcenter.org /infant_adoption.html   (3563 words)

 Welcome to SDA Kinship
Kinship was formed to provide a loving and inclusive support community for Seventh-day Adventist gay people and their supportive friends and family -- an important ministry untouched by the corporate SDA Church.
Kinship was founded in 1976 and was incorporated as a nonprofit organizagion in 1981.
Kinship's only mission is to reach out in a Christlike and loving manner to those who self identify as gay and who may have been ostracized by the SDA Church for being gay.
www.sdakinship.org /about.htm   (1488 words)

 ORB -- Kinship Terminology
Kinship terms were retained in the language as archaic holdovers, particularly among the powerful.
Kinship terms were used in a variety of ways in the diplomatic, legal, and literary sources of the Medieval period.
It was not unusual for family members to use a variety of kinship terms intrafamilially to specify or acknowledge situations of common experience or to indicate pleasure or displeasure with a kinsman.
www.the-orb.net /essays/text03.html   (3241 words)

 Kinship of Greater Minneapolis - Frequently Asked Questions
Kinship of Greater Minneapolis was established as a separate 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 1989.
Kinship of Greater Minneapolis serves all of Hennepin county and Anoka county.
Kinship annually does a full audit, which is available upon request, along with the federal form 990.
www.kinship.org /volunteers_faq.html   (1635 words)

 Kinship Care Section 3
Our presumption is that most kinship foster cases are defined in the CPS by their "kinship" status instead of by their "foster care" status, so we would expect that the foster care category is comprised mostly of those children living in non-relative foster family placements.
Although a number of characteristics describe the children in kinship foster care, the only personal characteristic that is available to us from the census data to describe the children in kinship living arrangements is their age, defined within two broad categories.
The observed levels of kinship foster care for race-region subgroups, measured by prevalence rates per 1,000 children, are presented in the bold box at the center of Table 3.5, and are portrayed graphically in Figure 3.5.
aspe.hhs.gov /hsp/cyp/kincare/sect3.htm   (5173 words)

 Kinship Readers Guide
Kinship in ancient Israel and Judah, as well as in first-century Palestine, was affected by the political sphere especially in terms of law—mostly in terms of deviance—for example: incest (Lev 18:6-19), rape (Deut 22:23-29), adultery (Lev 20:10), marriage (Lev 21:7; Deut 25:5-10), divorce (Deut 24:1-4), and inheritance (Num 27:1-11; Luke 12:13).
Kinship was affected by religion in terms of purity, for example: intercourse regulations (John 7:53—8:11) and the status of spouses (Deut 7:1-4; Luke 1:5).
And finally, kinship was interactive with the economic sphere in terms of occupations (Mark 1:16-20), and the distributions of dowry, indirect dowry, bridewealth, and inheritance (Luke 12:13).
www.kchanson.com /PTJ/kinship.html   (7381 words)

 Kinship   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Kinship, therefore, has many facets: a loving family; adults who care; permanence and predictability; roots to strengthen one’s attachment to life; an opportunity for each child to have a fair chance at life; ties that bind; community that cares and protects; maintaining connections; and an individual’s birthright.
Public bureaucracies serving children re-invented “kinship placements” to imply use of extended biological relatives as an an alternative to non-relative foster care, but often this means leaving young children with their poor and elderly grandmothers without major services or support.
And, if the spirit of kinship is to be a signal for health in a community, all aspects of community governance and social systems must demonstrate support for the child in his family.
www.adopting.org /silveroze/html/kinship.html   (878 words)

 Calculating Kinship
Many parts of life in all societies are impacted by kinship, and in most societies kinship relations influence things like who one can and can not marry, who one must show respect to, who one can joke with, and who one can count on in a crisis.
Kinship has the advantage that 'it appears to be the one area of anthropological discourse where the ground rules are clearly laid down...' (Barnard and Good 1984:2).
Despite recent theoretical trends away from kinship as a central focus in the discipline, in dealing with actual case studies kinship cannot be avoided as an important nexus of structuration and construction in human affairs, even within so-called complex societies such as our own.
era.anthropology.ac.uk /Era_Resources/Era/Kinship   (392 words)

 Hawaiian kinship - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hawaiian kinship (also referred to as the Generational system) is a kinship system used to define family.
The Hawaiian system is named for the pre-contact kinship system of peoples in the Hawaiian Islands.
This form of kinship is most common in societies where economic production and child-rearing are shared.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hawaiian_kinship   (218 words)

 ORB Bibliographies: Medieval Kinship
From: James Marchand Subject: Germanic kinship A Truncated and Annotated Bibliography on Germanic Kinship Aron, Albert W. Traces of Matriarchy in Germanic Hero-Lore.
"The Importance of Kinship: Uncle and Nephew in 'Beowulf'," Amsterdamer Beitraege zur aelteren Germanistlk, 15 (1980), 21-38.
"Kinship in Anglo-Saxon Society," The British Journal of Sociology, 9 (1957), 230-250; 359-377.
www.the-orb.net /bibliographies/kinship.html   (927 words)

 Permanency Planning and Kinship Care: Annotated Bibliography
The author proposes that the kinship care field is an ideal area of involvement for social work schools and educators.
Study of kinship care fulfills the mandated curriculum focus on values and ethics, diversity, promotion of social and economic justice, and populations at risk.
Suggests that kinship care is the least traumatic type of foster care placement for children, and that the system of legal guardianship should be improved.
www.casanet.org /library/permanency-plan/bibliography.htm   (1216 words)

 Kinship Care
Kinship care, the living situation in which a grandparent, other close relative or someone else who is emotionally close to a child takes primary responsibility for the care of that child, also is increasing outside the formal child welfare system.
Kinship care can be an effective alternative to foster care, providing numerous benefits for the child and family and reducing the growing need for foster care and adoptive homes.
The Kinship Care Subsidy Program provides a monthly subsidy to relatives with legal custody or guardianship of a child living in their home and a family income that is less than 150 percent of the federal poverty level.
www.financeproject.org /Publications/kinshipcareresource.htm   (1123 words)

 kinship on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
KINSHIP [kinship] relationship by blood (consanguinity) or marriage (affinity) between persons; also, in anthropology and sociology, a system of rules, based on such relationships, governing descent, inheritance, marriage, extramarital sexual relations, and sometimes residence.
Kinship and marriage among the Omaha, 1886-1902 (1).
Kinship matters: women's land claims in the Santal Parganas, Jharkhand/Le poids de la famille: le droit des femmes a la terre chez les Santal Parganas du Jharkhand.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/k1/kinship.asp   (487 words)

 LSNJ LAW - Kinship Legal Guardianship   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A caregiver can ask the court to appoint him or her as kinship legal guardian for a child living in his/her home when the child's parents are unable to care for the child.
The kinship legal guardian will have the same rights and responsibilities as a birth parent, including making decisions about the child's care, consenting to medical treatment, making plans for the child's education, applying for services for the child, and general responsibility for ensuring the child's safety and well-being.
If the court grants kinship legal guardianship to the caregiver, the birth or adoptive parents will no longer have legal custody of the child, but their parental rights will not be terminated.
www.lsnjlaw.org /english/family/kinship.cfm   (2189 words)

 Paper on Cherokee Kinship Systems
Kinship diagrams use the following symbols to make this relationship easier to follow: a triangle denotes a male; a circle denotes a female; a horizontal line shows brother sister relationships; a vertical line shows parent-child relationships; and an equal sign shows a marriage relationship.
The corresponding kinship diagram is presented in Figure 2 with an explanation presented in Table 1.
In the Cherokee kinship system there are four important lineages: the father's matrilineal, the mother's matrilineal, the mother's father's matrilineal, and the father's father's matrilineal.
www.boulder.net /~gillman/anthpaper/anthpap.html   (2981 words)

 HUANG & JIA -- Chinese Kinship Terms
Kinship terms such as grandparents, parents, or even elder brother, represent authority and superiority while kinship terms such as son, daughter, grandson, granddaughter, or even younger brother and younger sister, suggest inferiority and obedience.
Because a kinship term represents a member’s status in a family and his/her relations with other members, it is an unwritten law that people should be addressed by their kinship terms before any verbal communication could take place.
When a child addresses another family member with a kinship term, she is under the higher mental process of moving from an egocentric situation (seeing self at the center of everything) to a non-egocentric environment.
acjournal.org /holdings/vol3/Iss3/spec1/huang_jia.html   (4089 words)

 Welcome to SDA Kinship
Seventh-day Adventist Kinship International is a support organization devoted to the spiritual, emotional, social and physical well-being of current and former Seventh-day Adventists who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgendered (LGBT).
We believe all are created in the image of God and that no one should be mistreated or discriminated against because of their sexual orientation differences.
Kinship is a volunteer organization that champions human rights for all people.
www.sdakinship.org   (131 words)

 Kinship Partners - Volunteer Adult Mentors of Children - Brainerd, Minnesota - National Office   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
At Kinship Partners, our mission is to provide positive role models and guidance to youth in our community.
The children enrolled in Kinship Partners are ages 5-14, and live in Crow Wing and southern Cass Counties.
At Kinship Partners the adult mentor and child are matched according to their interests, location, age, and needs.
kinship.brainerd.com   (266 words)

 KINSHIP, NETWORKS, HISTORY AND EXCHANGE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Individuals, for example, change their kinship roles in the course of the life cycle, but social roles in kinship networks are not simply replicated generation to generation but are also changing through time.
This paper analyzes ethnographic data on kinship, transmission of land and religious activities among elite Muslim families in a Javanese village, against a background of Javanese kinship ethnography and comparisons with kinship networks of village hamlets and elites in other villages.
This is an assessment of the role of kinship in the development of the tee ceremonial exchange cycle among the Enga of the Papua New Guinea highlands based on extended oral history.
eclectic.ss.uci.edu /knhe/knhe1-2.htm   (4350 words)

 About Kinship, Inc.
Kinship, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization which believes in and promotes the concept of youth mentoring.
Currently, the Kinship Affiliate Network is made up of 47 affiliates located in the upper Midwest, having established mentoring relationships for nearly 1,800 of today's youth.
Kinship improves lives by establishing quality relationships between individuals and caring volunteers for the purpose of promoting stability, support, friendship, and community.
www.kinshipinc.org   (218 words)

 The Nature of Kinship: Overview
In order to understand social interaction, attitudes, and motivations in most societies, it is essential to know how their kinship systems function.
Kinship also provides a means for transmitting status and property from generation to generation.
Kinship connections are in turn based on two categories of bonds: those created by marriage and those that result from
anthro.palomar.edu /kinship/kinship_1.htm   (417 words)

 Office for Children and Families   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Kinship Care refers to a temporary or permanent arrangement in which a relative or any non-relative adult who has a long-standing relationship or bond with the child and/or family, has taken over the full-time, substitute care of a child whose parents are unable or unwilling to do so.
Regardless of the type of kinship care arrangement, the kinship caregivers' voluntary commitment to devote their lives to the children in their care is a courageous, life-changing decision.
Kinship care represents the most desirable out-of-home placement option for children who cannot live with their parents.
jfs.ohio.gov /ocf/kinship_care.stm   (158 words)

 Department of Human Services   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Kinship caregivers are special people who have taken on the responsibility of caring for their relatives’ children - these children might be the caregiver’s siblings, nieces, nephews, or, most often, grandchildren.
Kinship caregivers provide a safe, reassuring environment for the children in their care.
DHS established the Kinship Navigator program to help kinship caregivers negotiate the labyrinth of government and community resources that may be available to them.
www.state.nj.us /humanservices/sp&i/Kinnav.html   (192 words)

 KStableau - kinship
Since kinship only depends on ancestry - who were someone's parents - all the necessary information is contained in your gedcom.
The analysis of kinship is thus a search for common ancestors - very much like the analysis of inbreeding.
The results are the displayed in two ways: as numbers to express the strength of the bond between the probands (kinship coefficients) and as a chart of the group of ancestors involved.
home.zonnet.nl /KStableau/KSkinshiphelp.htm   (856 words)

 Florida Kinship
Her suggestion is to tell relative caregivers the income requirements for programs that are presented at the kinship conference.
They attended the kinship care conference and are very inspired and empowered to help kinship families.
They are kinship caregivers themselves and know first hand the issues and hardships at hand and will do their best to work with their support group in addressing these issues.
www.flkin.usf.edu /PM11_220.asp   (926 words)

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