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Child care preferences among low-income minority families
Becerra, Rosina, 1992
International Social Work, 35(1), 35-47

A study of the similarities and differences of the actual use and preferences of child care arrangements available for infants and toddlers among low-income minority families

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Ethnocultural perspectives on childrearing practices in the Caribbean
Gopaul-McNicol, Sharon-Ann, 1999
International Social Work, 42(1), 79-86

A study on cultural views of child abuse from the Caribbean perspective

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The impact of neo-liberal globalization on pre-school day-care service in South Korea: Tensions and dilemmas
Kim, Seon Mi, January 2011
International Social Work, 54(1), 7-20

An account of the development of Early Care and Education (ECE) in South Korea from the 1990s and an argument that neo-liberal globalization and the accompanying government deregulation and competition led to lower qualifications of ECE private providers and teachers, which lead to lower quality ECE services

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Women in Chile: Wage labor and child care in families headed by mothers
Kissman, Kris, 1994
International Social Work, 37(1), 37-46

A discussion of the similarities and dissimilarities of families headed by poverty stricken mothers in Chile and the United States, especially concerning these respective populationsí needs as both wage-earners and caregivers, requiring an integrative perspective of both nationsí social policies and practices

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