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The quality of different types of child care at 10 and 18 months: A comparison between types and factors related to quality

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A comparison of the quality of child care in four types of settings, an identification of the factors associated with higher-quality child care, and an exploration of the values of mothers when rating the quality of child care, based on interviews with and observation of 638 children and their caregivers in England
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England

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