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Mothering: The infant daycare experiment includes related articles on attachment in babies and government policies and babies by Peg Lopata, findarticles.com,
Winter 1993
Children who were raised in daycare have poorer peer relationships, are harder to discipline, have poorer work habits and lower mental skills, are less sociable and more aggressive, have weaker ties to their mothers, and are more poorly adjusted than children who were raised in part-time child care or exclusive maternal care.(24) In the long run, for middle-class children especially, daycare during infancy and early childhood may lead to increased levels of peer orientation, decreased self-discipline, and lower academic achievement
Category = Behavior, Development
Mothering: The infant daycare experiment
by Peg Lopata, findarticles.com,
Winter 1993
Gender differences may also exist. According to one researcher, "It is highly probable that boys may be more sensitive than girls to substitute care in infancy."
In the words of another, "Daily absence of mothers in middle-class families may represent a considerable loss of resources for their boy children and these are not replaced in the childcare setting." As Zigler* says, "Children are dying in this system (of non-maternal child care), never mind achieving optimum development."
*Edward Ziglar = Child development expert from Yale University
Category = Behavior
Mothering: The infant daycare experiment
by Peg Lopata, findarticles.com,
Winter 1993
Consider the country (Israel) that for 70 years used substitute parenting to free up labor for building a new society and a community-oriented adult population. From birth to adulthood, children on Israeli kibbutzim lived with their peers and metapelet (caretaker) in a children's house. Come evening, their parents would spend two to three hours with them and then tuck them into bed. "It was inhuman, really inhuman," says Dorit Friedman, recalling her upbringing at Kibbutz Nachshon.
Category = History

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