Use of a Parenting Newsletter Series and Other Child-Rearing Information Sources by Mothers of Infants
In an evaluation of a parenting newsletter series, 457 mothers of infants completed surveys assessing the newsletter's usefulness relative to nine other sources of information. Mothers reported an average of four very useful sources, with the newsletter the most frequently used professional sou...
|Main Author:||Walker, Susan K|
|Place of publication:||
Oxford, UK Blackwell Publishing Ltd 01.12.2005
John Wiley & Sons, Inc
|published in:||Family and consumer sciences research journal Vol. 34; no. 2; pp. 153 - 172|
|Data of publication:||2005-12|
This study was conducted as part of the author's dissertation research at the University of Wisconsin Madison. The author would like to acknowledge the assistance of Dr. Elaine Anderson, Dr. Sandra Hofferth, Dr. Sally Koblinsky, Dr. Dave Riley, and anonymous reviewers in the preparation of this article.
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