Child care and children of color

Author(s): Spencer, Margaret B.; Blumenthal, Janet B.; Richards, Elizabeth;
Date Issued: 1995
Publisher(s): Cambridge University Press
Description: A discussion of the United States Family Support Act of 1988 and the developmental impact of poverty and child care regulations on children from socioeconomically disadvantaged families
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Editor(s): Chase-Lansdale, P. Lindsay; Brooks-Gunn, Jeanne
Source: In P. L. Chase-Lansdale & J. Brooks-Gunn (Eds.), Escape from poverty: What makes a difference for children? (pp. 138-156). New York: Cambridge University Press
Topics: Children & Child Development > Child Characteristics > Socioeconomic Status

Policies > Health, Mental Health, & Safety > Risk Factors (Abuse & Neglect, Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence)

Service Delivery > Economic & Social Services
ISBN: 0-521-44521-3 : Hardcover , 0-521-62985-3 : Paperback
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