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Mothering other's children: The experiences of family day-care providers
Nelson, Margaret K., 1990
Signs, 15(3), 586-605

A survey of views on the appropriate emotional distance maintained between caregivers and children among family child care providers in Vermont

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[Review of the book Children's interests/mothers' rights: The shaping of America's child care policy and of the book A mother's job: The history of day care, 1890-1960]
Johansen, Shawn, 2003
Signs, 29(1), 262-264

The history of day care in the Untied States from 1890-1960

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[Review of the book Contemporary parenting: Challenges and issues, of the book Who will mind the baby?: Geographies of child care and working mothers, and of the book Feminism and families]
Aulette, Judy R., Winter 2000
Signs, 25(2), 545-548

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Spatial and temporal dimensions of child care
Michelson, William, 1980
Signs, 5(3), S242-S247

A discussion of spatial and temporal dimensions of child care arrangements and women’s participation in the labor force

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