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Touching the Third RAIL: The Bizarre World of Day Care Research,
 By Brian Roberson, profam.org, July 2002
Actually, an objective observer might conclude that Belsky’s comments at the press conference were rather cautious, given the evidence. He did not, for example, draw attention to the fact that the correlation found between the amount of time spent in non-maternal care was just as statistically significant as ...poverty and parental quality. 
...In addition, he suggested two ideas, extended parental leave and flexible work hours, which have long been part of the feminist agenda for "workplace equality." Belsky was also careful not to overstate his conclusions. "I’m not saying they are the super, hyper violent types," he specified. "These kids are more likely to be bullying kids....we are not talking of psychopaths and kids who get guns and blow away other kids."
His restraint won Belsky no credit, however, as the forces of the child care establishment in both the media and the research community went into full "damage control" mode, attacking not only Belsky’s interpretations but his integrity, as well. ...With a mixture of ad hominem*, distortion, and outright falsehoods, the day care establishment set out to convince parents that none of the NICHD findings related to the time children spend in day care had any real significance whatsoever.
* ad hominem = a logical fallacy that says someone's argument is wrong purely because of something about the person.
Category = Politics
Touching the Third RAIL: The Bizarre World of Day Care Research,
 By Brian Roberson, profam.org, July 2002 
"Quality of care matters," he agreed, "and so does quantity. The latter part seems to be an intolerable truth." -- Jay Belsky
Category = Politics
 
Touching the Third RAIL: The Bizarre World of Day Care Research,
 By Brian Roberson, profam.org, July 2002 
In another paper from the same year NICHD researchers even implied that women who put their children in day care were psychologically robust and those who did not were mentally ill.
... It appears as though a technique formerly identified with totalitarian regimes like the Soviet Union-identifying opponents of the reigning ideology as insane–is alive and well in the field of sociology.
Category = Politics

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