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The Day Care Decision
What's Best for You and Your Child
by William & Wendy Dreskin,
1983p 43
In the midst of the ongoing day care controversy, parents faced with the day care decision and those who have already placed their children in day care need to beware of self-serving research, premature conclusions, and a heavy bias in the media.
Category =  Caregiver, Politics
The Day Care Decision
What's Best for You and Your Child
by William & Wendy Dreskin,
1983,  p 43

The day care experiment is also beginning to be questioned. Parents are beginning to question a system in which their young children spend most of their waking hours away from the family and to question the assumption that day care is the Way of the Future.
Category =  Caregiver, Quality

The Day Care Decision
What's Best for You and Your Child
by William & Wendy Dreskin,
1983, p 49-50

Child care workers are usually more concerned with appearances than with the children's underlying feelings. When administrators see children crying, they usually blame the child care worker in charge. If tears and complaints continue, the day care worker may even risk being fired. This provides a very strong motivation for child care workers to discourage the expression of any negative feelings children may have about the day care center. Besides, from a practical standpoint, child care workers find it easier to care for children who are not always in tears. These pressures lead child care workers to use whatever strategies and manipulations are necessary to keep children from crying and complaining.
Category =  Behavior, Caregiver, Politics

The Day Care Decision
What's Best for You and Your Child
by William & Wendy Dreskin,
1983,  p 50
Almost all books and articles on choosing day care say that if a child cries after the first few days there is either something wrong with the day care situation or, if it is a good one, it is not the appropriate one for that particular child.  Nowhere is it hinted that day care itself may be the problem...
Category =  Behavior, Caregiver, Politics

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