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Emptying the Nest: 
The Clinton Child Care Agenda by Charmaine Crouse Yoest, Family Research Council, frc.org, 1998,
pg. 5
...there are serious questions about the ability of center-based care to meet the needs of children.  Greenspan believes that ignoring those questions has brought us to "an evolutionary crossroads":

...[F]or the first time in history there is a growing trend for more and more middle-and upper-middle class parents to farm out the care of their babies to others, often in settings not conducive to meeting children's irreducible needs.
...The impact will likely be slow and insidious.  People may gradually become more self-centered and less concerned with others.  Thinking may become more polarized, all or nothing, rather than subtle and reflective.  Impulsive behavior, helplessness, and depression may increase.  The ability for self-awareness and problem-solving may decrease, as will our capacity to live together and govern ourselves in cohesive communities.

Category = Behavior, Development, Politics

Emptying the Nest: 
The Clinton Child Care Agenda by Charmaine Crouse Yoest, Family Research Council, frc.org, 1998,
pg. 6
...the strength of the connection between insecure attachment and maternal employment is a matter of serious debate.
The flash point of this debate was a review of the attachment research published in 1988 by Dr. Jay Belsky of Pennsylvania State University which found:

[C]hildren in any of a variety of child care arrangements, including center care, family day care, and nanny care, for 20 or more hours per week beginning in the first year of life, are at elevated risk of being classified as insecure in their attachments to their mothers at 12 or 18 months of age and of being more disobedient and aggressive when they are from 3 to 8 years of age.

This conclusion outraged many in the child development community.  They responded to Belsky's analysis by arguing that quality of care is the essential variable, regardless of who gives it.  Hence the increasing usage in the ensuing decade of the word "caregiver" in the American vernacular.
Category = Politics, Quality

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