Working mothers no hazard

March 1994
Youth Studies Australia;Autumn1994, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p8
Academic Journal
Reports on an Australian study on the wellbeing of children of working mothers. Levels of wellbeing of teenagers who lived with two working parents; Wellbeing of children who lived with two unemployed parents or where only the mother had an outside job.


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