Babies pay i fleave is too brief: Study

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Babies pay i fleave is too brief: Study
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Thu, 09-06-2007 - 12:17pm
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Thu, 09-06-2007 - 12:19pm
Excuse the typo ladies.
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Thu, 09-06-2007 - 12:21pm
I guess the people in this survey had poor or inadequate childcare.

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Registered: 03-26-2003
Thu, 09-06-2007 - 12:27pm
But the study says nothing about the type of childcare, incomes of the familys or anything.
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Thu, 09-06-2007 - 1:08pm

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do you have a link to the study, because what you linked was a newspaper article about the research? i couldn't find anything linking the study on line, which suggests that it hasn't been published, which in and of itself casts its integrity into doubt.

you're right, though, that it is remarkable that the article and researcher don't mention the incomes of families, considering the *very* remarkable pattern in the use of the canadian family leave program. the incomes of families would have had to be a *major* factor in developing the sample for the researcher to have controled for income; in canada, use of the parental leave program turns out to be almost perfectly inversely proportional to income, particularly in the 0-6 month range. without the study parameters, and considering the income effects on participation in the canadian leave program, it isn't at all reasonable to assume that parents who didn't use any or much leave were not poor or not severely limited in their daycare options by their incomes. without the study to prove otherwise, the op's assumptions are far more credible than yours.

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Registered: 03-26-2003
Thu, 09-06-2007 - 1:18pm
So, what was the link between WOHPs and the relative retardation in social and emotional development?

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Registered: 04-14-2003
Thu, 09-06-2007 - 1:23pm

physical, too.

shocking.

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Thu, 09-06-2007 - 2:08pm

But I didnt give my opinion on the study as of yet.

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Thu, 09-06-2007 - 2:09pm
She said that there was a 3% difference for every month that a mother was home up to 24 months.
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Thu, 09-06-2007 - 4:20pm
Based on WHAT?

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Thu, 09-06-2007 - 4:28pm
I just read this yesterday somewhere else online. I can not locate where I found it. The article I read was longer and stated that if the childcare was excellent, the findings were better than mediocre or poor childcare. It did not note how those levels of childcare were determined which was noted in the article I read.

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