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With the issue of childcare high on the New Labour agenda, this is a subject that is often in the media spotlight, and one that will continue to spark heated debate both in the UK and around the world. This book presents a substantive study of childcare policy and practice, examining middle class parents´ choice of childcare within the wider contexts of social class and class fractions, social reproduction, gendered responsibilities and conceptions of ´good´ parenting. Drawing on the results of a qualitative empirical study of two groups of middle class parents living in two London localities, this book: - takes into account key theoretical frameworks in childcare policy, setting them in a broader social, political and economic context; - considers the development of the UK government´s childcare strategy from its birth in 1998 to the present day; - highlights the critical debates surrounding middle class families and their choice of childcare; - explores parents´ experiences of childcare and their relationships with carers. This book offers important and invaluable insights into a complex subject, and will be essential reading for academics, students, policy makers and all those involved in the childcare market. Middle-Class Parents and Their Children Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher gebundene Ausgabe 01.03.2006, Routledge Chapman Hall, .200

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With the issue of childcare high on the New Labour agenda, this is a subject that is often in the media spotlight, and one that will continue to spark heated debate both in the UK and around the world. This book presents a substantive study of childcare policy and practice, examining middle class parents' choice of childcare within the wider contexts of social class and class fractions, social reproduction, gendered responsibilities and conceptions of 'good' parenting. Drawing on the results of a qualitative empirical study of two groups of middle class parents living in two London localities, this book: - takes into account key theoretical frameworks in childcare policy, setting them in a broader social, political and economic context; - considers the development of the UK government's childcare strategy from its birth in 1998 to the present day; - highlights the critical debates surrounding middle class families and their choice of childcare; - explores parents' experiences of childcare and their relationships with carers. This book offers important and invaluable insights into a complex subject, and will be essential reading for academics, students, policy makers and all those involved in the childcare market.

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ISBN (ISBN-10): 0415362164
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2006
Herausgeber: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN & HALL
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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