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Familial factors associated with the use of multiple child-care arrangements

A study of the association between the use of multiple non-parental child care arrangements and factors such as family income, level of maternal labor force participation, child care quality, and parental satisfaction with care, based on a sample of 759 families with working mothers
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United States

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