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Current Filters: Pub Year:1998 [remove]; Classification:Family, Friend, & Neighbor (Informal) [remove];

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Child care by kith and kin: Supporting family, friends and neighbors caring for children
Collins, Ann, 1998
(Children and Welfare Reform Issue Brief No. 5). New York: Columbia University, National Center for Children in Poverty

A summary of research on family, friend, and neighbor child care, including traditional policies, innovative program strategies, and outreach recommendations for states and local communities

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Family child care peer-to-peer exchange
Haack, Peggy, 1998
New York: Ms. Foundation for Women.

A policy briefing identifying issues, dilemmas, and unanswered questions by and about the family child care field, based on discussions from four family child care grantee organizations

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Motherhood and the market: Mothering and employment opportunities among Mexicana, African-American and Euro-American family day care workers
Tuominen, Mary, 1998
Sociological Focus, 31(1), 61-79

A study of the relationship between motherhood and women’s paid labor among family-based child care workers of diverse racial/ethnic, cultural and class backgrounds

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Neighborhood child care: Families, friends, and neighbors talk about caring for other people's children
Porter, Toni, 1998
New York: Bank Street College of Education. (No longer accessible as of September 18, 2013)

A report on the caregiving experiences of kith and kin child care providers

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Profiles of grandmothers who help care for their grandchildren in the United States
Baydar, Nazli, 1998
Family Relations, 47(4), 385-393

A discussion of characteristics of care-giving grandmothers using survey data from the National Survey of Families and Households in 1987 and 1988

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Relatives as child care givers: After hours support for nontraditional workers
Hunts, Holly Jo, 1998
Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 19(4), 315-341

A descriptive study of different family child care arrangements for working families

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