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Family and child factors related to the use of non-maternal infant care: An English study

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Sylva, Kathy; Stein, Alan; Leach, Penelope; Barnes, Jacqueline; Malmberg, Lars-Erik;
Date Issued: Q1 2007
Publisher(s): Elsevier Science (Firm)
Description: An examination of the extent to which the use of non-maternal child care are effected by family and child characteristics, including family income levels, parent education levels, and maternal employment
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Funder(s): Tedworth Charitable Trust ; Glass-House Trust
Journal Title: Early Childhood Research Quarterly
Volume Number: 22
Issue Number: 1
Page Range: 118-136
Topics: Parents & Families > Selection Of Child Care & Early Education Arrangements

Parents & Families > Parent/Family Practices and Structure
Country: United Kingdom
ISSN: 1873-7706 Online
0885-2006 Paper
Peer Reviewed: yes
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