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Balancing the family budget: Differences in childcare expenditures by race/ethnicity, economic status, and family structure
Brayfield, April, 1995
Social Science Quarterly, 76(1), 158-177

A study on factors affecting child care expenditures within families with children under five using data from the 1990 National Child Care Survey

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A bargain at any price?: Child care costs and women's employment
Brayfield, April, 1995
Social Science Research, 24(2), 188-214

A study of the influences of child care costs on women's employment

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Caring for children in low-income families: A substudy of the National Child Care Survey 1990
Brayfield, April, 1994
Washington, DC: The Urban Institute Press

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Juggling jobs and kids: The impact of employment schedules on fathers' caring for children
Brayfield, April, 1995
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 57(2), 321-332

A study of the way in which the temporal structure of employment schedules influences paternal responsibility for child care

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National Child Care Survey, 1990
Hofferth, Sandra L., 1991
(Urban Institute Report 91-5). Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press

Findings from a national study on the use of child care and early childhood programs, covering types of care used, parental expenditures, parental satisfaction, parent's perceptions of care options and policies, and work/life balance issues, based on surveys of parents from a nationally representative sample of United States families with children under age 13 and their providers

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National Child Care Survey 1990: Low-Income Substudy
Hofferth, Sandra L., 1992
Data Set 20-21 In National Child Care Survey 1990: Low-Income Substudy. Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute (Producer). Los Altos, CA: Sociometrics Corporation, American Family Data Archive (Producer and Distributor).

A survey of households with at least one child under the age of 13 and with total annual incomes below $15,000 covering such topics as child care arrangements, how these arrangements were chosen, and how they were paid for.

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National Child Care Survey 1990: Parent Study
Hofferth, Sandra L., 1991
Data Set 13-14 In National Child Care Survey 1990: Parent Study. Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute (Producer). Los Altos, CA: Sociometrics Corporation, American Family Data Archive (Producer and Distributor).

A survey of households with at least one child under the age of 13 covering such topics as child care arrangements, how these arrangements were chosen, and how they were paid for.

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National Child Care Survey 1990: Parent Study
Hofferth, Sandra L., July 1991
Los Altos, CA: Sociometrics Corporation

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[Review of the book Child care, parental leave, and the under 3s: Innovation in Europe]
Brayfield, April, 1992
American Journal of Sociology, 98(3), 684-686

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