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"The Politicized Science of Day Care" by Jay Belsky, page 26, Family Policy Review, Volume 1, Number 2, Fall 2003 (The Child-Care 'Crisis' and Its Remedies) When my (1986) article entitled "Infant Day Care: A Cause for Concern?" appeared in print, to my amazement it generated a firestorm of controversy.
...I was accused of being against day care, against women working, and--more or less--a misogynist*.
What I came to realize only in retrospect was that I had encountered political correctness before the term was even coined. Moreover, I had violated what I have to come to regard as the eleventh commandment of the field of child development: "Thou shalt not speak ill of day care--in any manner, shape, or form."
*One who hates women
Category = Politics
"The Politicized Science of Day Care" by Jay Belsky, page 29, Family Policy Review, Volume 1, Number 2, Fall 2003 (The Child-Care 'Crisis' and Its Remedies) ...my original conclusion was that infant day care was a "risk factor," (for insecure attachment) and risk factors tend to operate in concert with other risk factors. For example, although smoking increases the risk of heart disease, this risk is far more likely to be realized when a smoker is overweight, or does not exercise, or has a family history of heart disease.
Category = Behavior
"Eliminating the Parenthood Penalty" by
Senator Lisa Murkowski,
page 63, Family Policy Review, Volume 1, Number 2, Fall 2003 (The Child-Care 'Crisis' and Its Remedies)
One way to help families is to reduce their financial burdens in a fair way. When a parent leaves the workforce to stay home and raise a child, he or she is not allowed to deduct expenses a family would normally pay a babysitter or day-care facility through the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit (DCTC). It is time that we address this tax disparity (in the United States).
Category = Politics
"Eliminating the Parenthood Penalty"
by Senator Lisa Murkowski, page 68, Family Policy Review, Volume 1, Number 2, Fall 2003 (The Child-Care 'Crisis' and Its Remedies)
The Dependent Care Tax Credit (in the United States) is constructed in such a way that the more time a child spends in day care, the greater the tax benefit. This penalizes parental efforts to maximize the amount of time and care they spend with their children.
Category = Politics

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