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Central state child care policies in postauthoritarian Spain: implications for gender and carework arrangements
Valiente, Celia, 2003
Gender & Society, 17(2), 287-292

An overview of Spainís public provision of preschool education since 1975 and its relationship to lowering the levels of womenís participation in the labor market

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Child care as women's work: Workers' experiences of powerfulness and powerlessness
Rutman, Deborah, 1996
Gender & Society, 10(5), 629-649

A study of child care workers in family and center-based child care settings in Canada exploring the caregiversí perceptions of ideal work situations and caregiving environments and the ways in which child care workers understand the notions of powerfulness and powerlessness in their work

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Child care or child neglect?: Baby farming in late-nineteenth-century Philadelphia
Broder, Sherri, 1988
Gender & Society, 2(2), 128-148

An article reviewing the history and implications of social inequalities, abandonment and infanticide in Philadelphia during the nineteenth century

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Custodial care, surrogate care, and coordinated care: Employed mothers and the meaning of child care
Uttal, Lynet, 1996
Gender & Society, 10(3), 291-311

A study of employed mothersí child care arrangements for infants, toddlers and preschool children in custodial care, surrogate care and coordinated care

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Gender, class, and the interaction between social movements: A strike of West Berlin day care workers
Ferree, Myra M., 1998
Gender & Society, 12(6), 626-648

A description of the interaction of labor organizing and feminism from the strike of West Berlin child care workers as the lens for studying movement interaction at three levels: opportunity structure, organizing practices, and framing ideas

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Maternalism and political mobilization: How California's postwar child care campaign was won
Reese, Ellen, 1996
Gender & Society, 10(5), 566-589

A historical review of the Second World War-era advocacy campaign for state-subsidized child care California

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Maternalism redefined: Gender, the state, and the politics of day care, 1945-1962
Zylan, Yvonne, 2000
Gender & Society, 14(5), 608-629

An exploration of the relationship between publicly funded child care policies and welfare program policies in the United States

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Multilateral organizations and early child care and education policies for developing countries
Rosemberg, Fulvia, 2003
Gender & Society, 17(2), 250-266

A study the impact of pressure by multilateral organizations on contemporary Brazilian early child care and education policies

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No more kin care?: Change in black mothers' reliance on relatives for child care, 1977-94
Brewster, Karin, 2002
Gender & Society, 16(4), 546-563

An examination of changes in employed African American mothersí use of relatives for child care between 1977 and 1994, drawn from pooled cross sections of nationally representative data

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Reproducing labor inequalities: Challenges for feminists conceptualizing care at the intersections of gender, race, and class
Duffy, Mignon, 2005
Gender & Society, 19(1), 66-82

An analysis of the gender and racial composition of the broad care service workforce, including the child care and early education workforce, with a discussion of implications for conceptualizing and analyzing race and class inequalities in paid care work within the theoretical framework of nurturance and reproductive labor

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Tenuous relationships: Exploitation, emotion and racial ethnic significance in paid child care work
Uttal, Lynet, 1999
Gender & Society, 13(6), 758-780

A theoretical discussion of emotional meaning, as well as gender, race, and ethnic provider role dimensions in paid child care

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''We all love Charles'': Men in child care and the social construction of gender
Murray, Susan B., 1996
Gender & Society, 10(4), 368-385

An observational study of the gendered aspects of working with children for male and female child care workers

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