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Blending work and family: A case study
Sprang, Ginny, 1999
AFFILIA, 14(1), 98-116

A study and discussion of the impact of employer-based infant-care programs on mothers, infants and the workplace

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[Review of the book Making care work: Employed mothers in the new childcare market]
Scott, Phyllis F., 2004
AFFILIA, 19(2), 219-220

An examination of the mechanisms that mothers use to select and maintain care for their children through interviews with 48 employed mothers from Memphis, Tennessee and Santa Cruz, California

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[Review of the book Minding the children: Child care in America from colonial times to the present]
Atkatz, Jeanne, 2006
AFFILIA, 21(1), 115-116

A review of an account of how children were reared during times of early colonial religious fervor, slavery, wars, fanatic utopianism, depression, and mass immigration up to the present time. over the past four centuries

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[Review of the book The politics of child daycare in Britain]
Lally, Eileen M., 2003
AFFILIA, 18(4), 492

A review of a historical view of the intersection of politics and child day care issues from the 1940s to the end of the 20th century in Britain, providing a feminist perespective on how and why day care has not become a universally accessible public service for families in Britain

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Supporting the move from welfare to work: What women say
Pearlmutter, Sue, 2000
AFFILIA, 15(2), 153-172

A study of welfare participants’ perceptions of welfare, subsidized child care, jobs with living wages, employment programs, and their relationships with welfare workers in Cuyahoga County, Ohio and Los Angeles, California

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Toward a position statement on the congregate care of children
Peebles-Wilkins, Wilma, 1999
AFFILIA, 14(1), 117-121

A position statement of social workers on U.S. Representative Newt Gingrich’s proposal to place the dependent children of welfare recipients in orphanages

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