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Margie Nancy G., Bromer Juliet, Forry Nicole D., Porter Toni, Gibson Vanessa, December, 2011
This webinar presents an overview of the Family-Provider Relationship Quality Project, whose purpose is to develop a measure of provider practices that facilitate a positive family-provider relationship, and a conceptual model of family-provider…
Bromer Juliet, 2005
Reports & Papers
An investigation of the support roles of African American relatives as child care providers in poor Chicago neighborhoods, citing interviews with 9 grandmothers and 1 aunt who offered full time child care to at least one relative child
Reschke Kathy L., Walker Susan K., 2005
A discussion of working mothers in poor rural areas with limited access to childcare, focusing on the benefits and challenges of relying on grandmother care for their children, based on interviews with 42 women