Neighborhood effects on working mothers' child care arrangements
Anderson, Steven G.
||A study of the relationship between the types of child care selected by employed mothers of three-year-olds and neighborhood characteristics, including neighborhood poverty composition, racial composition, and proportion of foreign born, based on data from a stratified sample of 4,898 single mothers with children born between 1988 and 2000, in 20 cities in 15 different states, as part of the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing study Year 3 follow-up
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