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''Baby riots'' and ''eight-hour orphans'': A comparison of the images of child care in British and U.S. popular magazines during World War II
Kundanis, Rose, 1996
Women's Studies International Forum, 19(3), 239-251

A comparison of images of child care published in the United States and Britain during World War II and their influences on child care then and today

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''Being there'': Mothers who stay at home, gender and time
Boyd, Elizabeth R., 2002
Women's Studies International Forum, 25(4), 463-470

An 1997 through 1998 Australian investigation of 20 mothers choosing stay at home child care living in predominantly middle class suburbs

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Childcare in Singapore: Negotiating choices and constraints in a multicultural society
Yeoh, Brenda S.A., 1995
Women's Studies International Forum, 18(4), 445-461

An analysis of the child care strategies used by Singapore women in the context of a multiracial society in the midst of rapid economic and social change.

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Feminist social movements and policy change: Devolution, childcare and domestic violence policies in Wales
Ball, Wendy, 2006
Women's Studies International Forum, 29(2), 172-183

An analysis of the extent to which Welsh child care policy developments can be attributed to changes in the gendering of political institutions

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Radical activism and accidental philanthropy: The impact of first wave feminist activism on the later construction of child care policies in Australia and the United States of America
Harris, Nonie, January-February
Women's Studies International Forum, 31(1), 42-52

An exploration of possible connections between the nature of feminist activism and later child care policy outcomes in Australia and North America with historical references to child care movements in both countries

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The work of caring for young children: Priceless or worthless?
Grace, Marty, 1998
Women's Studies International Forum, 21(4), 401-413

A study of the reasons for the apparent lack of focus on child care work in Australia

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