Published October 1999
by Wayne State University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Papers from the National Symposium on Child Care in the s held June 19 . Buy Child Care in the s: Trends and Consequences by Alan Booth, PhD (Editor) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 3 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Evidence from child care research of the s is reassuring to those who have been concerned that child care might disrupt the mother-infant relationship. Not only does the mother remain the primary object of attachment for infants in child care (Ainslie and Anderson, ; Farran and Ramey, ; Howes and Hamilton, ; Kagan et al., Cited by: 1. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1 Front Matter; 2 I INTRODUCTION1 Child Care in a Changing Society; 3 2 Trends in Work, Family, and Child Care; 4 II CHILD CARE AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT3 The Effects of Child Care; 5 4 Quality of Child Care: Perspectives of Research and Professional Practice; 6 5 Supporting.
NICHD Early Child Care Research Network. Type of child care and children’s development at 54 months. Early Childhood Research Quarterly ; McCartney K, Burchinal P, Clarke-Stewart A, Bub KL, Owen MT, Belsky J, the NICHD Early Child Care Research Network. Testing a series of causal propositions relating time spent in child care. Non-parental child care for children under age six can be provided in the child's home, the home of the caregiver, a nursery school, a child care centre, or a school-based pre-primary or kindergarten program. It may be full-day, half-day, or extended hours, five days a week or less often. Scott Timberg Ma PM (UTC) Anyone who recalls the early s will remember the “family values” fight, Dan Quayle’s pontificating, and the “Murphy Brown” wars. "What is unique about [this book] is its point/counterpoint format; in this one volume, the major viewpoints on the availability, quality, and economics of the provision of child-care services in the United States are presented. Each perspective is presented in depth with reference to substantive studies as Format: Paperback.
Child Care and Canadian Federalism in the s: Canary in a Coal Mine Martha Friendly Childcare Resource & Research Unit Centre for Urban & Community Studies Occasional Paper 11 August iv, 50 pp. ISBN Childcare Resource & Research Unit Centre for Urban & Community Studies University of Toronto Spadina Avenue, Room This ideology gained momentum and notoriety with Hillary Clinton’s book, It Takes a Village (). Perhaps one of the best examples of this clash is one that played out in the media in the s. The case of Jennifer Ireland garnered national attention and the media spotlight after she gave birth to her daughter when she was a year. Attachment in US children experiencing nonmaternal care in the early s Article Literature Review in Attachment & Human Development 10(3) October with Reads. Aber, J.L., J. Brooks-Gunn, and R.A. Maynard Effects of welfare reform on teenage parents and their children. The Future of Children 5(2) Barnett, W.S. Benefit-cost analyst of the Perry Preschool Program and its long-term effects.