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[Review of the book The child and the day care setting: Qualitative variations and development]
Howes, Carollee, 1987
Contemporary Sociology, 16(2), 241

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[Review of the book Child care and inequality: Re-thinking carework for children and youth]
Trzcinski, Eileen, 2003
Contemporary Sociology, 32(5), 566-567

A review of an anthology of papers presented at the first annual Carework Network conference in 2000

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[Review of the book Child care, family benefits, and working parents: A study in comparative policy and of the book Research results of the National Day Care Study]
Hofferth, Sandra L., 1982
Contemporary Sociology, 11(1), 64-65

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[Review of the book The child care problem: An economic analysis]
Tuominen, Mary, 2004
Contemporary Sociology, 33(5), 548-550

A review of an economic analysis for understanding parents’ behavior, providers’ behavior, and the links between prices and quantities and qualities of child care

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[Review of the book Children's interests/mothers' rights: The shaping of America's child care policy]
Cochi Ficano, Carlena K., 2001
Contemporary Sociology, 30(2), 192-193

A review of a history of child care policy in the United States in the twentieth century, aimed at specialists in social welfare history and social policy

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[Review of the book Critical perspectives on Project Head Start: Revisioning the hope and challenge]
Ehrlich, P. Roger, 2000
Contemporary Sociology, 29(3), 501-502

A review of a group of critical discussions evaluating Head Start's effectiveness in working with low income families of diverse backgrounds, examining program history, parental involvement, and cultural diversity

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[Review of the book Early schooling: The national debate]
Clarke-Stewart, K. Alison, 1989
Contemporary Sociology, 18(1), 134

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[Review of the book Family and work: Bridging the gap]
Rodman, Hyman, 1987
Contemporary Sociology, 16(6), 854

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[Review of the book I compagni: Understanding children's transition from preschool to elementary school]
Scott, Kimberly A., March 2007
Contemporary Sociology, 36(2), 196-197

A review of an analysis of the data generated from a seven-year longitudinal ethnography of Italian children transitioning from preschool to middle school, living in Modena, a city in Italy’s Emilio-Romagna region which is recognized as maintaining one of the world’s best preschool programs

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[Review of the book In the business of child care: Employer initiatives and working women]
Ambert, Ann-Marie, 1989
Contemporary Sociology, 18(1), 64

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[Review of the book Making care work: Employed mothers in the new childcare market]
Daly, Mary, 2003
Contemporary Sociology, 32(5), 569-570

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[Review of the book Maternal employment and children's development: Longitudinal research]
John, Robert, 1989
Contemporary Sociology, 18(5), 815

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[Review of the book Other people's children: An intimate account of the dilemmas facing middle-class parents and the women they hire to raise their children]
Nelson, Margaret K., 1996
Contemporary Sociology, 25(1), 85-86

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[Review of the book Putting children first: How low-wage working mothers manage child care]
Rogers-Dillon, Robin, 2005
Contemporary Sociology, 34(6), 627-628

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 Services for children: An agenda for research]
Sidel, Ruth, 1982
Contemporary Sociology, 11(2), 193-194

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[Review of the book Who cares?: Women's work, childcare, and welfare state redesign]
Yodanis, Carrie, 2002
Contemporary Sociology, 31(5), 541-543

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