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Conditions of caregiving, provider nurturance, and quality care

A study of family child care providers with an average of eight years of experience in rural counties, and the confluence of professional self-perceptions and perceptions of their jobs' significance, the nurturance they provided, and the presence of economically distressed children
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United States

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