Includes bibliographical references (p. -309) and index.
Introduction: understanding transnational Korean adoption -- "Waifs" and "orphans": the origins of Korean adoption -- Adoptee kinship -- Adoptee cultural citizenship -- Public intimacies and private politics -- Our adoptee, our alien: adoptees as specters of family and foreignness in global Korea -- Made in Korea: adopted Koreans and native Koreans in the motherland -- Beyond good and evil: the moral economies of children and their best interests in a global age.
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