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Administrative models in profit and nonprofit child care agencies: An exploratory study

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Kinsella, S.K., Chernesky, R.H. Administrative models in profit and nonprofit child care agencies: An exploratory study. Child Youth Care Forum 18, 303–308 (1989). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01083876

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Keywords

  • Social Psychology
  • Child Care
  • Exploratory Study
  • Care Agency
  • Administrative Model