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 Quotes from books about daycare - 2013-2018, p1

 

Featured Books 2013-2018:  
Being There: Why Prioritizing Motherhood in the First Three Years Matters pages:  1 |

 

 
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Being There
by Erica Komisar, 2017 p119
I believe the least good option for surrogate care is daycare or institutional care.
Category = Quality
Being There
by Erica Komisar, 2017 p137
(Daycare) is the antithesis of the alloparental* model of care: A mother leaves her child for long periods of time in the care of multiple strangers...)
Category = Quality
*alloparental = multiple caregivers who are usually grandmothers, aunts, close neighbors, or siblings, all of whom are invested in the well-being of the child and will be with her throughout her life.
Being There
by Erica Komisar, 2017 p137
In addition to suffering from the loss of his mother, in many daycare situations a child is dealing with a series of constant losses as staff comes and goes.
Being There
by Erica Komisar, 2017 p138
...a child's participation in group daycare before she is two increases the chance she will develop other behavioral issues later in childhood as a reaction to comping with her fear of abandonment and loss.
Being There
by Erica Komisar, 2017 p154
Studies from the 1980s through 2015 have shown that children in daycare express more aggression by school age than children cared for by their mothers...

 

 Quotes from books about daycare - 2013-2018, p1

 

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