If a Parent Asks for Your Opinion about Whether to Put an Infant in Day care, what Would You Say and why?
An important question to consider is whether the cost of not putting the infant in day-care could prove less than the consequence of doing so in the future. It is also worth pondering the consequences of a growing amount of children entering day-care at an increasingly early age and spending more and more time in day-care. Although the effects may be small, when viewed from a public health perspective, a relatively low risk can multiply in importance due to wide prevalence and lead to broad-scale consequences (Jeffrey, 1989).
[Tutor's comment: 69% Nice essay full of studies and data and very restrained on pointification (hard to do in this field!) One thing you could perhaps have done was discuss the conceptual issues a little more - what are the confounds in this kind of research, how successfully have these been overcome etc.
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