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Child-care expenditures and women's employment turnover
Maume, Jr., David J., 1991
Social Forces, 70(2), 495-508

An analysis of the child care costs and constraints on womenís employment using the 1985 Census Bureauís Survey of Income and Program Participation

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Division of household labor among black couples and white couples
Orbuch, Terri L., 1997
Social Forces, 76(1), 301-332

A study of structural and cultural factors that influence the division of household labor and gendered responsibilities among black couples and white couples in an urban county

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Father involvement in the lives of mainland Puerto Rican children: Contributions of nonresident, cohabitating and married fathers
Landale, Nancy S., 2001
Social Forces, 79(3), 945-968

A secondary analysis of the Puerto Rican Maternal and Infant Health Study (PRMIHS) examining the determinants of father involvement in the lives of mainland Puerto Rican children

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Maternal education, early child care and the reproduction of advantage
Augustine, Jennifer March, September 2009
Social Forces, 88(1), 1-29

A study of the relationship between maternal education and type, quality, and quantity of early child care arrangements used, based on a secondary analysis of data from a longitudinal study of 1,127 children and thier families

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Race, kin networks and assistance in mother-headed families
Hogan, Dennis, 1990
Social Forces, 68(3), 797-812

A study of the aid available to young mothers through kith and kin networking using research from the National Longitudinal Survey of Labor Force, Youth Survey

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[Review of the book Negotiated care: The experience of family day care providers]
Ferree, Myra M., 1991
Social Forces, 70(1), 300-302

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[Review of the book Putting children first: How low-wage working mothers manage child care]
Rank, Mark R., December 2006
Social Forces, 85(2), 1057-1058

A review of a qualitative study of the child care arrangements of 42 low income single working mothers in New York City, based on interviews and observations collected over three years in the period following passage of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) OF 1996

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[Review of the book We are not babysitters: Family child care providers redefine work and care]
Rivas, Lynn May, 2005
Social Forces, 83(3), 1296-1298

Documentation of the experiences of family child-care providers, the most understudied type of all providers based on interviews with 20 family childcare providers of various ethnic and class backgrounds in the state of Washington

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