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The childhood we have lost: When siblings were caregivers, 1900-1970
Pollack, Eunice, 2002
Journal of Social History, 36(1), 31-61

A study exploring reported effects of sibling care and parent care upon the lives of 600 randomly selected working and lower middle class women, born between 1895 and 1940 who received therapy between 1930 and 1970 at fourteen outpatient clinics

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Children cared for by relatives: What do we know about their well-being?
Billing, Amy, 2002
(Series B, No. B-46). Washington, DC: Urban Institute.

A discussion of the role of relative child care on child behavioral and cognitive development using data from the 1997 and 1999 Survey of American's Families

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Grandparent involvement in child care: Relations between caregiving levels, grandparent role meaning, role satisfaction, and psychological well-being
Harris, Lori, July 2002
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

An analysis of the differences in the areas of role meaning, role satisfaction, psychological well-being, and psychological development among grandparents providing various levels of child care assistance for grandchildren, based on questionnaires distributed to a sample of 167 grandparents

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Kinship care in Washington State: Prevalence, policy, and needs
Mayfield, Jim, 2002
(Document No. 02-06-3901). Olympia: Washington State Institute for Public Policy.

A study of kinship care in Washington State, including its prevalence and characteristics, the needs of kinship care providers in the state, policies and services available in Washington and other states, and policy options that may increase appropriate kinship care placements

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Kinship care in Washington State: Prevalence, policy, and needs [Executive summary]
Mayfield, Jim, 2002
(Document No. 02-06-3901). Olympia: Washington State Institute for Public Policy.

A study of kinship care in Washington State, including its prevalence and characteristics, the needs of kinship care providers in the state, policies and services available in Washington and other states, and policy options that may increase appropriate kinship care placements

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The ''nanny'' question in feminism
Tronto, Joan, 2002
Hypatia, 17(2), 34-51

A discussion of feministís responsibilities in hiring domestic servants as child care providers and the unintended consequences of their actions on social and economic inequalities

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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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Policy initiatives for the informal child care sector
Bromer, Juliet, 2002
Poverty Research News, 6(1), 15-16.

A summary of policy initiatives for the informal child care sector

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Understanding family, friend, and neighbor care in Washington state: Developing appropriate training and support
Brandon, Richard N., 2002
Seattle: University of Washington, Human Services Policy Center.

A study of the demand and supply of family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) child care in Washington State, with a discussion of state attention and involvement in FFN arrangements

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Understanding family, friend, and neighbor care in Washington State: Developing appropriate training and support: Highlights [Executive summary]
Brandon, Richard N., 2002
Seattle: University of Washington, Human Services Policy Center.

A summary of a report examining aspects of family, friend, and neighbor (FFN) care in Washington State.

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