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Surely We Can Emancipate Women, and Not Abandon Children to Indifferent Care? by Steve Biddulph, The Guardian, 18-Feb-06 For-profit nurseries seem to be worse in a range of studies. Shortcutting on staff, nappy (diaper) supplies, food quality, crowding, and cleaning are all natural tendencies when profit is the driving force. Caring takes effort and it is often unrewarded, and so easily goes into decline. Consumers want childcare to be cheap, yet cheap and quality cannot go together. There is simply no way around this reality.
Category = Economics, Quality
Surely We Can Emancipate Women, and Not Abandon Children to Indifferent Care? by Steve Biddulph, The Guardian, 18-Feb-06 A nursery situation never has a one-to-one ratio of carer to baby - it would be prohibitively expensive. The best nurseries have one carer to three babies, and often this is one to five or six when carers are filling
forms, taking a break, or performing other duties. So the child gets only a fraction of the time and energy that it really needs. Using video cameras and two-way mirrors, trained observers have studied the interaction quality between carers and children. The results are not good...
This is not the fault of the carer - in most cases they try their best to be good surrogate parents...
Category = Economics, Quality,
Surely We Can Emancipate Women, and Not Abandon Children to Indifferent Care? by Steve Biddulph, The Guardian, 18-Feb-06 Yet in (Scandinavian) Sweden today, there are almost no babies in daycare...
Category = Politics
Surely We Can Emancipate Women, and Not Abandon Children to Indifferent Care? by Steve Biddulph, The Guardian, 18-Feb-06 Lets hope that the care of babies in nurseries might soon go the way of child labour in factories - and boarding school for six year olds. A horrible aberration that we finally got rid of.
Category = Economics, Politics
 
Careless with kids by Daryl Passmore, The Sunday Mail (Queensland, Australia),
5-Mar-06
PARENTS are putting their children's social and emotional development at risk by sending them to childcare too early, leading families family psychologist Steve Biddulph warns.
His latest book argues that children who are put in care before the age of three - particularly those who start before six-months - can have their development damaged, leading to aggressive or anti-social behaviour.
"Let's hope the care of babies in nurseries (daycares) might soon go the way of child labour in factories - a horrible aberration we finally got rid of," Mr. Biddulph writes in Raising Babies: Should Under 3s Go To Nursery?, to be released this month.
Category = Behavior, Development

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