Social support and the working hours of employed mothers in Europe. The relevance of the state, workplace, and the family

Abendroth A, Van der Lippe T, Maas I (2012)
Social Science Research 41(3): 581-597.

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Abendroth A, Van der Lippe T, Maas I. Social support and the working hours of employed mothers in Europe. The relevance of the state, workplace, and the family. Social Science Research. 2012;41(3):581-597.
Abendroth, A., Van der Lippe, T., & Maas, I. (2012). Social support and the working hours of employed mothers in Europe. The relevance of the state, workplace, and the family. Social Science Research, 41(3), 581-597.
Abendroth, A., Van der Lippe, T., and Maas, I. (2012). Social support and the working hours of employed mothers in Europe. The relevance of the state, workplace, and the family. Social Science Research 41, 581-597.
Abendroth, A., Van der Lippe, T., & Maas, I., 2012. Social support and the working hours of employed mothers in Europe. The relevance of the state, workplace, and the family. Social Science Research, 41(3), p 581-597.
A. Abendroth, T. Van der Lippe, and I. Maas, “Social support and the working hours of employed mothers in Europe. The relevance of the state, workplace, and the family”, Social Science Research, vol. 41, 2012, pp. 581-597.
Abendroth, A., Van der Lippe, T., Maas, I.: Social support and the working hours of employed mothers in Europe. The relevance of the state, workplace, and the family. Social Science Research. 41, 581-597 (2012).
Abendroth, Anja, Van der Lippe, Tanja, and Maas, Ineke. “Social support and the working hours of employed mothers in Europe. The relevance of the state, workplace, and the family”. Social Science Research 41.3 (2012): 581-597.
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