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A profile approach to child care quality, quantity, and type of setting: Parent selection of infant child care arrangements

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An identification of child care profiles representing patterns of dimensions of quality, quantity, and type of settings selected for infant child care arrangements by parents, and an examination of family factors associated with those profiles, based on data from 489 families at both the one- and six-month assessment points in which the mother was working and/or in school and the child was in at least 10 hours of regular non-maternal child care
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United States

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