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Grandparenting in Europe: Family policy and grandparenting in providing childcare: Summary

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Grandparenting in Europe: Family policy and grandparenting in providing childcare : Summary. / Glaser, Karen; Price, Debora; Ribe Montserrat, Eloi; Di Gessa, Giorgio; Tinker, Anthea.

London : Grandparents Plus, 2013. 20 p.

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Harvard

Glaser, K, Price, D, Ribe Montserrat, E, Di Gessa, G & Tinker, A 2013, Grandparenting in Europe: Family policy and grandparenting in providing childcare: Summary. Grandparents Plus, London.

APA

Glaser, K., Price, D., Ribe Montserrat, E., Di Gessa, G., & Tinker, A. (2013). Grandparenting in Europe: Family policy and grandparenting in providing childcare: Summary. London: Grandparents Plus.

Vancouver

Glaser K, Price D, Ribe Montserrat E, Di Gessa G, Tinker A. Grandparenting in Europe: Family policy and grandparenting in providing childcare: Summary. London: Grandparents Plus, 2013. 20 p.

Author

Glaser, Karen ; Price, Debora ; Ribe Montserrat, Eloi ; Di Gessa, Giorgio ; Tinker, Anthea. / Grandparenting in Europe: Family policy and grandparenting in providing childcare : Summary. London : Grandparents Plus, 2013. 20 p.

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