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Fathers’ Involvement in Childcare during Parental Leave: Assessments and Expansion Prospects

Bagirova A.P., Blednova N.D., Neshataev A.V.

Volume 9, Issue 1, 2023

Bagirova A.P., Blednova N.D., Neshataev A.V. (2023). Fathers’ Involvement in Childcare during Parental Leave: Assessments and Expansion Prospects. Social area, 9 (1). DOI: 10.15838/sa.2023.1.37.5 URL: http://socialarea-journal.ru/article/29564?_lang=en

DOI: 10.15838/sa.2023.1.37.5

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