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Poverty and patterns of child care

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A discussion of infant child care experience, particularly the effects of family characteristics on hours spent in care, family income and poverty status, and whether these can accurately predict patterns of child care
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Reports & Papers
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Country:
United States
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Arkansas; California; Kansas; Massachusetts; North Carolina; Pennsylvania; Virginia; Washington; Wisconsin

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