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Attunement between parents and professional caregivers: A comparison of childrearing attitudes in different child-care settings

A study from the Netherlands of the attunement of childrearing attitudes between parents and non-parental caregivers in four settings: day care, after-school care, family-based day care, and babysitter care; the perceptions of their relationship to one another and to the child is presented from an ecological systems perspective
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