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Family policy in a global perspective : integrating care responsibilities with a career in science

Family policy in a global perspective : integrating care responsibilities with a career in science

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WOODS, Dorian R., 2014. Family policy in a global perspective : integrating care responsibilities with a career in science. In: THEGE, Britta, ed., Silvester POPESCU-WILLIGMANN, ed., Roswitha PIOCH, ed., Sabah BADRI-HÖHER, ed.. Paths to Career and Success for Women in Science : Findings from International Research. Wiesbaden:Springer VS, pp. 273-287. ISBN 978-3-658-04060-4

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