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Child care and emotional adjustment to wives' employment

Description:
A study of employed wives? psychological wellbeing as affected by the presence of children, the type of child care available, the difficulties surrounding child care arrangements, and the husband?s participation in child care, with data collected through telephone interviews of 680 married couples
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States

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