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TableÂ€5). htm. Accessed 20 Nov 2008. Vandell, D. , & Wolfe, B. (2000, November). Child care quality: does it matter and does it need to be improved? Â€78). Madison: Institute for Research on Poverty. Chapter 3 Objectified Self, Objectified Relationships: The Sexualization of Childhood Promotes Social Injustice Diane E. Levin Popularity Equals Having the Right Clothes? On the first day of kindergarten in an urban public school, Jenna is sitting at a table in the cafeteria eating lunch with her teacher.
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But once established as a right, the discourse about who deserves care and who does not, and the income and racial stratification embedded in current policies, can be transformed. Universal child care has a very successful history in Sweden, Denmark, and France and those countries have invested wisely in the well-being of children, integrating early care and pedagogy into national systems that are consistently rated as high quality, with Denmark and Sweden receiving international praise for “woman-friendly” work-family policies that promote social equality.
Adapted Stories by O. Henry