We can't afford to be casual about child care (TEFC)

New Zealand, 1978

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Child care is discussed by Dr. Bettye Caldwell from the University of Arkansas and Pat Hubbard, director of the Dunedin community child care centre. They discuss whether child care damages mother-child attachment, the importance of an optimal environment for children in early years, the particular qualities and nature of good child care, and the difficulty in financing it

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