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A Question of Balance: Lone parents, childcare and work

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A Question of Balance: Lone parents, childcare and work. / Bell, A; Finch, N; Valle, I; Sainsbury, R; Skinner, C.

Leeds : Corporate Document Services, 2005. (Department for Work and Pensions Research Report).

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Bell, A, Finch, N, Valle, I, Sainsbury, R & Skinner, C 2005, A Question of Balance: Lone parents, childcare and work. Department for Work and Pensions Research Report, vol. vol. 230, Corporate Document Services, Leeds.

APA

Bell, A., Finch, N., Valle, I., Sainsbury, R., & Skinner, C. (2005). A Question of Balance: Lone parents, childcare and work. (Department for Work and Pensions Research Report). Leeds: Corporate Document Services.

Vancouver

Bell A, Finch N, Valle I, Sainsbury R, Skinner C. A Question of Balance: Lone parents, childcare and work. Leeds: Corporate Document Services, 2005. (Department for Work and Pensions Research Report).

Author

Bell, A ; Finch, N ; Valle, I ; Sainsbury, R ; Skinner, C. / A Question of Balance: Lone parents, childcare and work. Leeds : Corporate Document Services, 2005. (Department for Work and Pensions Research Report).

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