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Gennetian Lisa A., April 2007
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A review of an examination of the distinct, integral stages of children?s cognitive, behavioral, and physical development, including an exploration of the impact on children of parental employment, whether paid work is pursued out of necessity, by…
Rank Mark R., December 2006
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A review of a qualitative study of the child care arrangements of 42 low income single working mothers in New York City, based on interviews and observations collected over three years in the period following passage of the Personal Responsibility…
Henly Julia R., 2006
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A review of a qualitative study of the child care arrangements of 42 low income single working mothers in New York City, based on interviews and observations collected over three years in the period following passage of the Personal Responsibility…
Rudd Elizabeth, 2005
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A review of a qualitative study of the child care arrangements of 42 low income single working mothers in New York City, based on interviews and observations collected over three years in the period following passage of the Personal Responsibility…
Rogers-Dillon Robin, 2005
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A review of a qualitative study of the child care arrangements of 42 low income single working mothers in New York City, based on interviews and observations collected over three years in the period following passage of the Personal Responsibility…