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Cover: Valuing Children: Rethinking the Economics of the FamilyValuing Children: Rethinking the Economics of the FamilyFolbre, NancyPAPERBACK03/15/2010$30.00
Cover: What Children NeedWhat Children NeedWaldfogel, JanePAPERBACK03/15/2010$30.00
Cover: The Time Divide: Work, Family, and Gender InequalityThe Time Divide: Work, Family, and Gender InequalityJacobs, Jerry A.
Gerson, Kathleen
PAPERBACK11/30/2005$34.50
Cover: Stand by Me: The Risks and Rewards of Mentoring Today’s YouthStand by Me: The Risks and Rewards of Mentoring Today’s YouthRhodes, Jean E.PAPERBACK10/25/2004$26.00
Cover: The Two Sexes: Growing Up Apart, Coming TogetherThe Two Sexes: Growing Up Apart, Coming TogetherMaccoby, Eleanor E.PAPERBACK10/15/1999$39.00
Cover: Divided Families: What Happens to Children When Parents PartDivided Families: What Happens to Children When Parents PartFurstenberg, Frank F.
Cherlin, Andrew J.
PAPERBACK03/15/1994$38.00
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