doi.org/10.1017/S0312897000015095

Article type: Original Research

PUBLISHED 1 January 1983

Volume 8 Issue 4

Current Child Care Policy in its Social Context

Lois Bryson

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Lois Bryson
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1 Department of Community Welfare Services

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Abstract

Child care policy must always relate to the wider social context, indeed it will inevitably do so as we are all affected by broader changes in the social structure and changes in ideology. Nonetheless, rates of change in various areas are not always synchronous. Today, I want to look at some broader changes in society and point to some of their implications for child care policy.

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