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Minnesota. Department of Human Services, 2006
Fact Sheets & Briefs
Results from a 2004 survey on children in self care arrangements in Minnesota
Zielewski Erica H., Malm Karin, Geen Rob, 2006
Reports & Papers
A study of how child welfare agencies distinguish between cases of self care and child neglect based on interviews and focus groups with child protective services staff and a review of administrative forms
Vandivere Sharon, Tout Kathryn, Zaslow Martha, Calkins Julia, Capizzano Jeffrey, 2003
Reports & Papers
A report on the characteristics of and factors associated with the self-care arrangements of children aged six to 12
Aizer Anna, 2001
Reports & Papers
An inquiry into the links between maternal employment and the outcomes of children without regular adequate adult supervision, and an exploration of the influence of child care subsidies on the adequate supervision of children
Kerrebrock Nancy, Lewit Eugene M., 1999
Other
Peer Reviewed
A summary of findings from national surveys on the use of self-care, focusing on prevalence, age of the child, parental employment, family income, and risks of leaving children to care for themselves.
Tam Vicky C. W., 1998
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An examination of the decisions made by low-income mothers from Hong Kong on the use of self-care
Kavanaugh Virginia M., 1998
Reports & Papers
A study of the impact of maternal employment, particularly during nontraditional hours, on child care arrangements and child self-care
Rodman Hyman, Pratto David J., Nelson Rosemary S., 1988
Other
Peer Reviewed
A critique of the view that adolescents fit the usual conceptualization of latchkey or self-care children