Self and vested interests: Predictors of fathers' views of child care
||A study of the relationships between fathers' views of the costs and benefits of child care, anxiety of having their child in child care, and the effects of child care on their children, and their financial need, gender roles, attachment to their careers, and perceptions of their wives' attachment to their careers, based on data from 125 married fathers in southern California with at least one child between the ages of 2 and 6 years
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||Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Parents & Families
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