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Self-care among school-aged children of immigrants

Resource Type: Reports & Papers
Author(s): Greene, Kaylin M.; Hynes, Kathryn; Doyle, Emily A.
Date Issued: May 2011
Description: A comparison of the prevalence of self-care between children of immigrant families and native-born families and an investigation of the intervening roles of gender and poverty, based on a secondary analysis of data from a nationally representative sample of 8,020 children between 6- and 12-years-old
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Journal Title: Children and Youth Services Review
Volume Number: 33
Issue Number: 5
Page Range: 783-789
Topics: Children & Child Development > Child Characteristics

Children & Child Development > Children with Special Needs & Special Child Populations > Immigrant, Migrant and Refugee Status

Child Care & Early Education Providers/Organizations > Provider Type/Setting > Self Care
Country: United States
ISSN: 0190-7409 Paper
1873-7765 Online
Peer Reviewed: yes
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