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"Framing Family-Policy Debate" by Heidi L. Brennan, page 59, Family Policy Review, Volume 1, Number 2, Fall 2003 (The Child-Care 'Crisis' and Its Remedies) ...tax policy must not favor the choice of paid child care (daycare) over parental or relative care.
Category = Politics
"Is the Workplace Becoming a Surrogate Home?" by David M. Wagner, page 99, Family Policy Review, Volume 1, Number 2, Fall 2003 (The Child-Care 'Crisis' and Its Remedies) Child-care and business leaders of course, are eager to discuss child-care "issues"--but only the ones that revolve around how to increase the funding, support, and quality of institutional child care. Making the option of full-time child-rearing (a.k.a., staying at home) more feasible is simply not among the allowed "issues" within the community of "child-care advocates"....despite evidence that many women desire this option.
Category = Politics
"Is the Workplace Becoming a Surrogate Home?" by David M. Wagner, page 102, Family Policy Review,  Fall 2003 (The Child-Care 'Crisis' and Its Remedies) Whenever the (media) reports on a new study that suggests that day care...might hurt kids, a few days later they publish a follow-up piece to 'put the findings in context.'"
(This) is the defensiveness of an elite that cannot allow day care...to be seen as (a bad idea.)
Category = Politics
 
"Is the Workplace Becoming a Surrogate Home?" by David M. Wagner, page 106, Family Policy Review,  Fall 2003 (The Child-Care 'Crisis' and Its Remedies) ...a human-resources executive at Johnson & Johnson...noted that his company's day-care program was inspired not by employee demand but by articles in business magazines declaring that this was the way to go. Perhaps even more remarkably, he noted that Johnson & Johnson would stick with its in-house day-care program, despite its costs, even though the company was going through a period of belt-tightening that included some "downsizing." Evidently, there was something about those employees who used the day-care facility that made (them) more important than to retain the people that were let go (laid off)
Category = Politics, Economics

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