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Child care in America inadequate in helping working women with babies or young children
Alan Guttmacher Institute, 1987
Family Planning Perspectives, 19(2), 78-79

A discussion of the dilemma between work and infant child care experienced by low-income mothers and their experiences with inadequate access to child care

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Half of all preschoolers in the U.S. need special child-care arrangements
Alan Guttmacher Institute, 1988
Family Planning Perspectives, 20(4), 181

Highlights of a study on family composition, parental work arrangements and child care status of American families 1940-1990

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Teenage fathers may play larger role in child care than is often thought
Hollander, Dore, 1996
Family Planning Perspectives, 28(2), 85-86

A longitudinal study of African American teenage women seeking pregnancy tests in the Baltimore, Maryland area and their roles, relationships and responsibilities with their partners over time

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