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Warehousing Children
by Ilana Mercer,
www.ilanamercer.com,
17-Aug-2001
The plight of middle class North Americans waiting in line to warehouse their children in day care centers makes the heart bleed - for the children, of course.
...as soon as they conceive, these couples are impelled to rush out and place their unsuspecting embryos on daycare waiting lists for fear there will be no placements when the time is ripe to kick the neonate* into the harsh world.
*Neonate - newborn
Category = Quality
Warehousing Children
by Ilana Mercer,
www.ilanamercer.com,
17-Aug-2001
I am no longer a young mother, but I still recall the day I learned my pride and joy had been conceived.
Call it a personality flaw if you will, but I was unable to deposit this personage of my creation to the custody of strangers (in a daycare).
Category = Quality
Warehousing Children
by Ilana Mercer,
www.ilanamercer.com,
17-Aug-2001
....for the tiny non-voter...daycare (is) internment* geared for their working parents.
*internment camp - camp for political prisoners or prisoners of war
Category = Quality
Warehousing Children
by Ilana Mercer,
www.ilanamercer.com,
17-Aug-2001
(Here is) the ordeal of the warehoused child. For her, it is up with daylight (or before that in winter), gulp down a hurried breakfast, get shoved in the car, and then ejected at school or nursery school. Then it's get picked up and dropped off at daycare, only to be fetched in the evening by a weary and distracted parent. Children that young cannot cope with such a schedule without forfeiting some of their centeredness, peace of mind, and rightful childhood.
Category = Quality
Warehousing Children
by Ilana Mercer,
www.ilanamercer.com,
17-Aug-2001
Doubtless, if children had a say (about daycare), they would want more of their parents and less parenting by proxy.
Category = Quality
"It Takes A Mom vs. Day Care",'The Voice' Online, www.afwuf.org, Fall 2001 There is...a direct correlation between time spent in day care and a child's aggression, defiance and disobedience.
...Most teachers, if they were honest, would tell you exactly the same thing from personal experience in the classroom.
Category = Behavior
"It Takes A Mom vs. Day Care",'The Voice' Online, www.afwuf.org, Fall 2001 Many of my readers who are stay-at-home moms will have been confronted and made to feel guilty with the argument that they are robbing their children of an opportunity to socialize with other children by not sending them to pre-school or daycare. The 'daycare as a way to teach children socialization' argument turns out to be bogus. (On the contrary), NFFRE* found that daycare has a negative effect on the intellectual and social-emotional functioning of children.
*NFFRE - National Foundation for Family Research and Education (Canadian Organization)
Category = Politics, Quality

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