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 Quotes from magazines about daycare - 1980, p2

 

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The Churches and Day Care by Eileen W. Linder, Christian Century, 25-Apr-84 ...untold conflicts over shared space and equipment arise each year between child-care (daycare) centers and host churches.
...Not uncommon is the feeling expressed by a parishioner in an aging congregation:
"It used to be our building; now it seems to be theirs (the daycare's). 
My grandparents helped raise this structure as a church."
Category = Politics, Religion
The Child-Care Dilemma
Claudia Wallis, Time
22-Jun-87
Fretting about the effects of day care on children has become a national preoccupation. What troubles lie ahead for a generation reared by strangers? What kind of adults will they become? "It is scaring everybody that a whole generation of children is being raised in a way that has never happened before," says Edward Zigler, professor of psychology at Yale and an authority on child care. At least one major survey of current research, by Penn State's Belsky, suggests that extensive day care in the first year of life raises the risk of emotional problems, a conclusion that has mortified already guilty working parents.
With high-quality supervision (being expensive), many families are placing their children in the hands of untrained, overworked personnel. "In some places, that means one woman taking care of nine babies," says Zigler. "Nobody doing that can give them the stimulation they need. We encounter some real horror stories out there, with babies being tied into cribs."
The Child-Care Dilemma
Claudia Wallis, Time
22-Jun-87
(In the United States, maternity leaves) are generally brief and unpaid. This forces many women to return to work sooner than they would like and creates a huge demand for infant care, the most expensive and difficult child-care service to supply. The premature separation takes a personal toll as well, observes Harvard Pediatrician T. Berry Brazelton, heir apparent to Benjamin Spock as the country's pre-eminent guru on child rearing. "Many parents return to the workplace grieving."
The Child-Care Dilemma
Claudia Wallis, Time
22-Jun-87
To some people day-care centers, particularly government-sponsored ones, threaten family values; they seem a step on the slippery slope toward an Orwellian socialist nightmare.
The Child-Care Dilemma
Claudia Wallis, Time
22-Jun-87
(Said Gilda Ongkeko, the owner of a preschool-supply company,) "I've been to over 1,000 child-care centers," she says, "and I'd say that 90% of them should be shut down. It's pathetic."
Babes in Day Care by Ellen Ruppel Shell, The Atlantic Monthly, August 1988; Volume 262, No. 2; pages 73-74 Dr. Eleanor Galenson, a prominent New York City child psychiatrist, told me that she has long considered full-time child care to be bad for infants and that Belsky's* report simply confirmed what she saw in her practice every day -- children whose psyches are seriously damaged in part because of a dearth of maternal attention. "Putting infants into full-time day care is a dangerous practice," she says. "Psychiatrists have been afraid to come out and tell the public this, but many of us certainly know it to be true." Another extremely influential authority on child care told me privately that despite public pronouncements to the contrary, he feels "in my guts" that infants are better off at home with their mothers
*Dr. Jay Belsky -- developmental psychologist who is well-known for his research on the effects of daycare on babies and young children.
Category = Danger, Quality

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