Families Experiencing Multiple Disadvantage: their use of and views on childcare provision
Speight, Svetlana, Smith, Ruth, Lloyd-Reichling, E. and Coshall, Cathy 2010. Families Experiencing Multiple Disadvantage: their use of and views on childcare provision. London National Centre for Social Research.
|Authors||Speight, Svetlana, Smith, Ruth, Lloyd-Reichling, E. and Coshall, Cathy|
This research aims to fill a gap in the evidence base by exploring the relationship between families experience of multiple disadvantage and childcare. We know that disadvantaged families are less likely to use formal childcare; however, less research has been conducted on childcare use by multiply disadvantaged families. The research is based on further analysis of the 2008 Childcare and Early Years Survey of Parents, which was published by the Department for Children Schools and Families in July 2009. The study uses a specially devised index of multiple disadvantage to explore childcare use, parents views on local childcare provision, and how childcare and other issues influence maternal employment decisions, from the point of view of families experiencing multiple disadvantage.
|Keywords||childcare provision; maternal employment; disadvantaged families|
|Publisher||National Centre for Social Research|
|Place of publication||London|
|Web address (URL)||http://www.dcsf.gov.uk/research/data/uploadfiles/DCSF-RR191.pdf|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||19 Mar 2010|
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