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Statham June, November, 2011
Literature Review
A review of research on grandparent child care, with a focus on the United Kingdom, including type and hours of grandparent child care provided and its relationship to child and adult outcomes
Mooney Ann, Statham June, 2002
An examination of family day care policy and organization, understandings of family day care, and ways in which family day care meets the diverse needs of children and parents in 10 countries in western and central Europe, including Israel, the…
Dillon Jean, Moss Peter, Statham June, 2001
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the role that the private market plays in day care provision for children in need
Statham June, Dillon Jean, Moss Peter, 2000
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of the development and operation of sponsored day care services, where government authorities place and pay for children in need in voluntary and private day care services, in 12 local authorities, in the context of ongoing policy…
Dillon Jean, Statham June, 1998
Peer Reviewed
An exploration of the practice, organization, and local implications of subsidized child care in the United Kingdom beneath The England and Wales Children Act of 1989, using Department of Health data from a 1996 research project