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Kerrebrock Nancy, Lewit Eugene M., 1999
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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.
Rodman Hyman, Pratto David J., Nelson Rosemary S., 1988
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Peer Reviewed
A critique of the view that adolescents fit the usual conceptualization of latchkey or self-care children