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[Review of the book Childcare, early education and social inequality: An international perspective]

The edited volume "Childcare, Early Education and Social Inequality. An International Perspective" (edited by Blossfeld, Kulic, Skopek, and Triventi) is part of the eduLIFE Lifelong Learning series. This book focuses on children's learning conditions and experiences early in life and their consequences for children's education and the reproduction of social inequality. In between a detailed introduction and conclusion by the editors, 13 empirical chapters analyze patterns of care arrangements, quality of family care, as well as the consequences of child care and preschool for later educational outcomes in different countries. Scholars from different disciplines contributed to this book; however, the main focus is sociological. (author abstract)
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