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Unequal Entry to Motherhood and Unequal Starts in Life: Evidence from the First Survey of the UK Millennium Cohort

By Denise Hawkes, Heather Joshi and Kelly Ward
Publisher: Centre for Longitudinal Studies, Institute of Education, University of London
Year: 2004
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