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 Quotes from books about daycare - 2009-2010, p8


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Mothering Denied
In Praise of Stay-at-Home Moms
Organic Parenting
How Not to F*** Them Up
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How Not to F*** Them Up by Oliver James*,  2010, p286
*British clinical psychologist, journalist, bestselling book author, and television documentary producer. and presenter
While debate exists about the extent of the effect of day care on aggression - how many children are affected, how much - nobody now disputes that this is a main effect of day care. Even if it only makes a small proportion, such as 10% of children, more aggressive, and even if the increase is simply at the level of defiance and disruptiveness rather than full-scale violence., this become enormously significant when the numbers of children involved are in the millions, over several generations. Unsurprisingly, very few researchers and no politicians at all are prepared to say it, but the huge rise in day care could be greatly increasing the levels of aggression, incivility and even violence in our society.
Category = Behavior, Politics
How Not to F*** Them Up by Oliver James,  2010, p291 Another body of studies concerned day care in Israel. For many years there it had been common practice not only for young children to spend the day in care but for them also to stay the night. Evidence accumulated that children who stayed overnight were much more at risk of insecurity than ones who only spent the day in care. This strongly suggests that extensive periods apart from parents increase the risk of insecurity and that this extreme form of day care independently causes it (indeed, overnight sleeping was subsequently discontinued in Israel).
Category = Behavior, Disease
How Not to F*** Them Up by Oliver James,  2010, p291-292 In (the Haifa Study of Early Child Care), center care infants were insecurely attached to their mothers at a higher rate than infants who were ... in maternal care...The Israeli study suggests that center care in and of itself does increase the likelihood of insecurity attachment relationships between infants and their mothers.
...the Israeli findings are surely of considerable importance. As also noted, there is a strong tendency for interested parties to gloss over the uncomfortable evidence...
Category = Behavior, Disease
How Not to F*** Them Up by Oliver James,  2010, p294-295 Likewise, it would be unsurprising if a greater vulnerability to depression in adult life were found among children who had been in ... day care for long hours. Prolonged separation from parents has been shown to have caused long-term depression and insecurity in large samples of adults who were evacuated during the Second  World War...
But day care entails repeated and more or less prolonged separation from mother. It would not be surprising if it has similar...long-term effects.
Taken with the established adverse effects of day care, these observations provide a basis for speculating about the impact  of differing national caregiving practices. In the case of Scandinavia, for example, despite decades of nationalised day care, there has not been one single study evaluating its emotional consequences. As a leading Dane told me, such research would not be commissioned in case it demonstrated problems that were felt to be ideologically incompatible with the high number of working mothers of under-threes.
Category = Behavior, Disease, Politics


 Quotes from books about daycare - 2009-2010, p8


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