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Child care by poor single mothers: Study of mother-headed families in India
Rani, N. Indira, 2006
Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 37(1), 75-91

An investigation of child care options in low income, mother-headed families in India, including family characteristics, child care arrangements, and mothers' educational aspirations, help, and expectations of their children

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Childcare choice and constraints in the United States: Social class, race and the influence of family views
Hertz, Rosanna, 1996
Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 27(2), 249-280

A study of dual-earner parentsí labor force participation, child care, and finance decision-making, based on interviews with 95 dual-earner couples in Massachusetts with at least one child

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Hiding the elephant: Child care coverage in four daily newspapers
Albanese, Patrizia, Fall 2010
Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 41(5), 817-836

An analysis of child care coverage in 4 major daily newspapers in Canada from 2000 through 2007

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Migrant domestic work and changes in the ideas of childcare
Diaz Gorfinkiel, Magdalena, 2011
Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 42(5), 739-749

An examination of changes in the notion of child care, due to the expansion of migrant domestic work and the family diversity of domestic employees and domestic employers, based on data from 2002, 2003, and 2004, and consisting of 71 in-depth interviews and five focus groups conducted in the region of Madrid, Spain

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Premarital childbearing in urban Cameroon: Parental recognition, child care and financial support
Calves, Anne-Emmanuele, 2000
Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 31(4), 443-461

An examination of the determinants of paternal recognition and its influence on sources of care and support received by children living with unmarried mothers in Cameroon

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Profiles of grandmothers providing child care to their grandchildren in South Korea
Lee, Jaerim, 2010
Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 41(3), 455-475

A study of the relationship between the amount of time grandmothers provide care for their grandchildren and their personal, financial, and social participation characteristics, based on questionnaire responses of 3,329 respondents 45- through 79-years-old who have at least one grandchild from the Korean Longitudinal Study of Ageing (KLoS A), a survey of a nationally representative sample of Korean men and women aged 45 years or older

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Public or private responsibility?: Early childhood education and care, inequality, and the welfare state
Meyers, Marcia K., 2003
Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 34(3), 379-411

A comparison of early care and education policies across fourteen industrialized countries

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[Review of the book America's child care problem: The way out]
Bould, Sally, 2005
Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 36(1), 156-158

An examination of the health care system and health care providers in supporting the child bearing and child rearing needs of families based on a national sample of some 2,000 parents of children up to the age of three about childbirth, access to child health services, and parental preferences

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[Review of the book Child care policy in Canada: Putting the pieces together]
McDaniel, Susan A., 1996
Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 27(3), 576-578

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[Review of the book Time to care: Redesigning child care to promote education, support families, and build communities]
Ghysels, Joris, 2005
Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 36(2), 349-350

A review of an argument in favor of a significant expansion of the actual United States government effort towards child care based on evidence from science and care practice as well as on the experiences of the author, a former Associate Commissioner of the United States Child Care Bureau

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