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Caring for infant daughters and sons in dual-earner households: Maternal reports of father involvement in weekday time and tasks

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A study of maternal reports of gender differences in weekday father involvement with 12-month-olds in 47 dual earner households utilizing full time infant day care with a focus on father?s time alone with infants, time available to the infant, and participation in care giving tasks
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Reports & Papers
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Country:
United States
State(s):
Pennsylvania

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