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Abuse and neglect in nonparental child care: A risk assessment
Margolin, Leslie, 1991
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 53(3), 694-704

A study evaluating the validity of risk factors typically associated with child abuse and neglect in nonparental child care settings

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Attunement between parents and professional caregivers: A comparison of childrearing attitudes in different child-care settings
van Ijzendoorn, Marinus H., 1998
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 60(3), 771-781

A study from the Netherlands of the attunement of childrearing attitudes between parents and non-parental caregivers in four settings: day care, after-school care, family-based day care, and babysitter care; the perceptions of their relationship to one another and to the child is presented from an ecological systems perspective

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Behavior Problems Index
Peterson, James L., 1986
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 48(2), 295-307

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The best laid plans: Expectations, preferences, and stability of child-care arrangements
Gordon, Rachel A., 2006
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 68(2), 373-393

A study using data from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Study of Early Child Care to examine whether timing and extent of the search for child care is associated with stability in child care arrangements

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Changing household structure, child-care availability, and employment among mothers of preschool children
Floge, Liliane, 1989
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 51(1), 51-63

An analysis of the changing effects of household structure on the employment, child care availability and continued education of mothers with preschool children in New York City

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Child care in JOBS employment and training program: What difference does quality make?
Meyers, Marcia K., 1993
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 55(3), 767-783

A study on the influence of good quality child care availability on JOBS Employment and Training Program participant retention

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Child care in the United States, 1970 to 1995
Hofferth, Sandra L., 1987
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 49(3), 559-571

An exploration of the trends surrounding mothersí child care arrangements over the period of 1970 to 1995 and their implications for the supply and demand of child care in the United States

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Child-care usage and mother-infant ''quality time''
Booth-LaForce, Cathryn L., 2002
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 64(1), 16-26

A study of motherís time use and mother-infant interaction in families where infants spent more than 30 hours pet week in child care vs. 0 hours per week from birth to age 6 months

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Determinants of child care ideals among mothers of preschool-aged children
Mason, Karen Oppenheim, 1989
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 51(3), 593-603

A study of Detroit, Michigan parents' perceived notions of ideal child care arrangements for preschool children as affected by such factors as women's current use of child care, marital and employment status, income, youngest child's age, gender role ideology, type of religion and religiosity, education, race, proximity to relatives, and place of residence

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Determinants of maternal employment for white preschool children: 1960-1980
Eggebeen, David J., 1988
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 50(1), 149-159

A study of what determinants influence the probability of white preschool children having an employed mother and the important factors that influenced this trend between 1960 and 1980

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Determinants of responsibility for child care arrangements among dual-earner couples
Peterson, Richard R., 1992
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 54(3), 527-536

An analysis of the human capital and social-structural explanations of menís and womenís responsibility for child arrangements and household labor

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The division of child care among mothers, fathers, and nonparental care providers in Dutch two-parent families
van Dijk, Liset, 1996
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 58(4), 1018-1026

A study on the division of child care between either parent or child care during hours when at least one parent is at work in Dutch two parent families

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Dyadic Adjustment Scale
Spanier, Graham B., 1976
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 38(1), 15-28

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The dynamics of child-care use and some implications for women's employment
Floge, Liliane, 1985
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 47(1), 143-154

A longitudinal study of the patterns of and changes in child care arrangements, and factors associated with the stability of arrangements, over a four-year period in New York City from 1973 to 1976, based on interviews with a sample of 410 mothers

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Early and extensive maternal employment and young children's socioemotional development: Children of the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth
Belsky, Jay, 1991
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 53(4), 1083-1098

A study of the influence of maternal employment on the socioemotional development of four to six year old children whose mothers were studied as part of the NSLY

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The economic risk of childhood in America: Estimating the probability of poverty across the formative years
Rank, Mark R., 1999
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 61(4), 1058-1067

A study estimating the proportion of children between one and seventeen-years-old in the United States who will experience poverty, based on a set of life tables built from 25 waves of longitudinal data

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Educational differences in parents' time with children: Cross-national variations
Sayer, Liana, 2004
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 66(5), 1152-1169

A study analyzing cross-national variations in married mothers' and fathers' time spent engaged in child care, based upon level of education

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The effects of early maternal employment on later cognitive and behavioral outcomes
Han, Wen-Jui, 2001
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 63(2), 336-354

A longitudinal study controlling for factors such as child care use to determine if the effects on child cognitive development of maternal labor force reentry during the first three years of life persisted through ages seven or eight, using data from the nationally representative National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979

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Familial factors associated with the characteristics of nonmaternal care for infants
NICHD Early Child Care Research Network, 1997
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 59(2), 389-408

An analysis of the familial, social, economic, and psychological factors associated with child care type and quality for infants, using data from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Study of Early Child Care

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Family Quality of Life Scale
Hoffman, Lesa, November 2006
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 68(4), 1069-1083

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Family resources and the development of child competence
Amato, Paul R., 1986
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 48(1), 47-56

A study on the influence of family resources on the development of reading ability, everyday skills, self-esteem and social competence, using data from an Australian survey

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Fathering over time: What makes the difference?
Aldous, Joan, 1998
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 60(4), 809-820

A discussion of longitudinal data on the fatherís role in child rearing and domestic activities in relation to family and labor force variables in white, two-parent families with children under the age of 5

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A follow-up study of group day care and family-based childrearing patterns
Cochran, Moncrieff M., 1985
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 47(2), 297-309

A study conducted in Sweden on the relationship of the childrearing patterns and social interactions children experience in either home-based child care, full-time center-based care, or a combination of both, to social aspects of child development, based a sample of 102 five-year-olds in various child care settings

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Gender liberation, economic squeeze, or fear of strangers: Why fathers provide infant care in dual-earner families
Glass, Jennifer, 1998
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 60(4), 821-834

A study of the experiences and predictors of father care for infants in dual earner families

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The importance of child care characteristics to choice of care
Johansen, Anne, 1996
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 58(3), 759-772

A study on the importance of child care characteristics in parental child care decisions, using data from the National Longitudinal Survey of the High School Class of 1972

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