Sheila B. Kamerman quotes

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The "family" has clearly emerged anew in the late 1970s as a central subject for discussion, debate, research and writing in both ...
No society can survive without children. The rhetoric that holds children to be our greatest national resource is true, but the re ...
What we have seen in the way of adaptation and adjustment seems to indicate that families are adjusting parenting to the world of ...
Being a member of the labor force and a full-time parent means trying to manage against overwhelming odds in an unresponsive socie ...
There is growing consensus that new parents need help--information, advice, practical assistance--and that infants and toddlers ne ...
Parents who are stressed or disturbed will have more difficulty in meeting their children's needs. Parents who have little support ...
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