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Unformatted text preview: . With my topic that I have chose on open adoptions the different types off graphs that would be appropriate are pie charts, line graphs, tables and pictures. The reason I think this is because inserting a table to show in a defined area of reasons open adoptions are in the best interest of the child versus a closed adoption will support my argument more than writing about every reason an open adoption is better than a closed adoption for the child. Inserting a line graph or pie charts with the statistics about the amount of successful open and closed adoption would be a great chart to insert into my paper, but unfortunately with the information I have found statistics on adoptions has not be calculated due to the amount of private and agency adoptions. The only statistics that are available and have not been updated since 1991 are statistics in the public foster care system. Since my topic is not about adoptions within the foster care system I cant use that. My topic is specifically on the fact that an open adoption is what someone that is adopting should consider and would be in the best interest of the child. I like most times people that are adopting are scared to consider having an...
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- Spring '10