Informal Social Support Roles of African American Child Care Providers in Low Income Communities
Hans, Sydney L.;
||An examination of the ways African-American child care providers support low-income African-American parents and neighborhoods beyond the daily responsibilities of child care, and the relationships that develop among African-American child care providers, parents, and communities. The study explores the extent to which providers offer parents emotional and financial support in addition to child care, as well as how providers expand their caring to local neighborhoods through informal monitoring and organizing.
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