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Hvem passer vore born? : dagpasning for de 0-6-arige / Mogens Nygaard Christoffersen, Ole Bertelsen, Poul Vestergaard
Bib ID 1677815
Format BookBook
Author
Christoffersen, Mogens Nygaard
 
Description Kobenhavn : Socialforskningsinstituttet, 1987 
168 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 8774873253
Series

Publikation (Socialforskningsinstituttet (Denmark)) ; 174.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 162-164.

Subjects Day care centers -- Denmark.  |  Child care -- Denmark.
Other authors/contributors Bertelsen, Ole  |  Vestergaard, Poul

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