A COMPARISON WITH
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Given the preponderance of women carers and the possibility that men and women may experience the role differently, 3 our comparison was limited to women. The comparison group was further restricted to those living with a partner, children or both; that is, women with usual household and/or parenting responsibilities. The aim was to obtain a comparison sample which highlighted differences emanating
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Publication information: Book title: Family Caregivers:Disability, Illness, and Ageing. Contributors: Hilary Schofield - Editor, Sidney Bloch - Editor, Helen Herrman - Editor, Barbara Murphy - Editor, Julie Nankervis - Editor, Singh - Editor. Publisher: Allen & Unwin. Place of publication: St. Leonards, N.S.W.. Publication year: 1998. Page number: 59.
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