Parenting stress and parent support among mothers with high and low education

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Parkes, Alison; Sweeting, Helen; Wight, Daniel;
(2015)

Current theorizing and evidence suggest that parenting stress might be greater among parents from both low and high socioeconomic positions (SEP) compared with those from intermediate levels because of material hardship among parents of low SEP and employment demands am... View more
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