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Good mothers, bad mothers: Exploring the relationship between attitudes towards nonmaternal childcare and mother's labour force participation
McDonald, Paula, 2005
Journal of Family Studies, 11(1), 62-82

A study of the association of attitudes toward nonmaternal childcare and maternal labor force participation in Australian middle class mothers of young children

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I love children, and four-pence a week is four-pence!: Contradictions of caring in family day care
Saggers, Sherry, 1999
Journal of Family Studies, 5(1), 69-83

An exploration of the beliefs of family child care providers on the difference between their provision of services and actual mothering, based on a survey of 225 family child care providers in Western Australia

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Men's share of child care: A rural and urban comparison
Dempsey, Kenneth C., 2000
Journal of Family Studies, 6(2), 245-266

Findings of two studies exploring of the changing roles and dynamics in menís child care responsibilities, based on a survey of 167 households in one rural and one urban area in Australia

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