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Balancing parenthood and employment: Factors affecting company receptiveness to family-related innovations in the workplace
McNeely, R. L., 1988
Family Relations, 37(2), 189-195

A study of the implementation of innovative programs in the workplace that enhance the balance between work and family life, and the common characteristics amongst companies that communicate greater receptiveness to such programs

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Child care and mothers' mental health: Is high-quality care associated with fewer depressive symptoms?
Gordon, Rachel A., October, 2011
Family Relations, 60(4), 446-460

A study of relationship between maternal depression and the use high quality care settings as either perceived by mothers or measured by observers, based on data from the mothers of 1,216 children

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Childcare subsidies and the transition from welfare to work
Danziger, Sandra K., 2004
Family Relations, 53(2), 219-228

A study of the relationship between child care subsidy receipt and mothers' work experiences of welfare recipients in an urban Michigan county

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Childcare task division and shared parenting attitudes in dual-earner families with young children
Ehrenberg, Marion, 2001
Family Relations, 50(2), 143-153

A study of 58 dual-earner couples with young children (116 parents), based on interviews and self reports, investigating relationships between shared parenting, marital satisfaction, parental competence, and parent's closeness to their children

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Child sexual abuse by caretakers
Margolin, Leslie, 1989
Family Relations, 38(4), 450-455

A study of the characteristics of familial and non-familial caretakers relating to child sexual abuse

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Company culture and men's usage of family leave benefits in Sweden
Haas, Linda, 1995
Family Relations, 44(1), 28-36

A study of the effects of corporate culture on menís likelihood of becoming more involved in child care and using family leave benefits in Sweden and the United States

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Custodial grandmothers' physical, mental, and economic well-being: Comparisons of primary caregivers from low-income neighborhoods
Bachman, Heather J., 2005
Family Relations, 54(4), 475-487

A study of the implications of custodial grandparent care by comparing the material hardship, mental health, and physical well-being of custodial grandmothers and biological mothers using data from Welfare, Children, and Families: A Three-City Study

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Day care: A review of literature, implications for policy, and critique of resources
MacKinnon, Carol E., 1988
Family Relations, 37(2), 229-236

An examination of the child care system in America, with a review of the role of family and child care environment characteristics in influencing child development, and a critique of resources on child care for parents, professionals, and policy makers

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Disadvantaged single teenage mothers and their children: Consequences of free educational day care
Campbell, Frances A., 1986
Family Relations, 35(1), 63-68

A longitudinal study of the effects of free educational child care support systems on the lives of teenage mothers and the cognitive ability of infants

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The effect of the price of child care on AFDC mothers' paid work behavior
Joesch, Jutta M., 1991
Family Relations, 40(2), 161-166

An analysis of the relationship between child care prices and hours of paid work for recipients of Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) in Denver, Colorado

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Employed first-time mothers: A typology of maternal responses to integrating parenting and employment
Shuster, Claudia, 1993
Family Relations, 42(1), 13-20

A study of mothersí feelings about combining motherhood, employment, and child care during their firstbornsí infancy and the quality of mother-infant interactions

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Employee family care responsibilities
Fredriksen, Karen I., 1999
Family Relations, 48(2), 189-196

An examination of the family care responsibilities, including care for children and for ill and disabled adults, based on a sample of 2,528 government-funded employees

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An experimental study of an empowerment-based intervention for African American Head Start fathers
Fagan, Jay, 2002
Family Relations, 51(3), 191-198

An examination of the effects of Men as Teachers, an empowerment-based intervention program, on African American Head Start fathers' attitudes regarding their ability to teach their preschool children

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Explaining public opinion toward government spending on child care
Henderson, Tammy L., 1995
Family Relations, 44(1), 37-45

An evaluation of public opinion toward government spending for child care from the 1988 American National Election Study

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Factors associated with stress among grandparents raising their grandchildren
Sands, Roberta, 2000
Family Relations, 49(1), 97-105

An examination of the association between social support networks and the stress levels of grandparents raising their grandchildren, based on a sample of 129 grandparent-headed households, assessed using the Family Inventory of Resources for Management (FIRM) scale

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Family advocates' perspectives on the early academic success of children born to low-income adolescent mothers
Luster, Tom, 2004
Family Relations, 53(1), 68-77

A qualitative study focusing on family influences on the academic success of first-grade children born to 139 low-income adolescent mothers

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Family environment and family day care
Goelman, Hillel, 1990
Family Relations, 39(1), 14-19

An analysis of the relationships between the quality of the family child care program, the level of cognitive stimulation in the caregiversí home, and the social-emotional climate of the caregiverís own family life

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Fathers' involvement in housework and child care with school-aged daughters
Levant, Ronald, 1987
Family Relations, 36(2), 152-157

A study of the patterns of fathersí involvement in household chores and its correlation to fathersí involvement in child care, with data collected through observation and instrumental measurement of 40 upper-middle class families in Massachusetts

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Fathers' participation and evaluation of family day care
Atkinson, Alice M., 1987
Family Relations, 36(2), 146-151

A comparison of mother and father involvement in child care at home and in family child care settings

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Grandmothers' involvement in grandchildren's care: Attitudes, feelings, and emotions
Gattai, Flavia B., 1999
Family Relations, 48(1), 35-42

A study conducted in Italy of the variety of psychological and relational aspects of mothers, grandmothers, and young children from the point of view of the grandmother, including their analysis of the meaning they assigned to grandmothering and the individual definitions they assigned to their role as grandmothers

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Grandmothers providing care for grandchildren: Consequences of various levels of caregiving
Bowers, Bonita, 1999
Family Relations, 48(3), 303-311

An examination of the differences between grandmothers who provide various levels of caregiving responsibilities for their grandchildren

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The impact of maternal employment characteristics on fathers' participation in child care
Darling-Fisher, Cynthia S., 1990
Family Relations, 39(1), 20-26

An examination of the relationship between maternal employment and the amount of time spent by mothers or fathers in child care activities

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The informal help-giving of home and center childcare providers
Hughes, Robert, 1985
Family Relations, 34(3), 359-366

A study of interactions between parent and provider, and the influence of family based care and center based care on the amount and quality of interactions

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Making difficult choices easier: A review of research on day care and children's development
King, Donna, 1988
Family Relations, 37(4), 392-398

A review of child care research 1980-1988, focusing on the role of child care factors and family life in child development outcomes

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Parenting alone to multiple caregivers: Child care and parenting arrangements in black and white urban families
Hunter, Andrea G., 1998
Family Relations, 47(4), 343-353

A study of variations on parenting and child care in African American and white urban families in Baltimore, Maryland

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