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  • Author:
    Loren Lind,Susan Prentice
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Yet, as Lind and Prentice contend, "children's welfare (like everyone els e's) has been left largely to the market economy

Yet, as Lind and Prentice contend, "children's welfare (like everyone els e's) has been left largely to the market economy. We give such needs a secondary place while allowing the relevancies of economic reproduction and a profit - oriented system to predomina te. The authors insist that we "reverse the usual priority given to the market by giving it inst ead to real human needs.

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In families where children live with one or both of their parents, the . This standard is set and regulated by an outside agency.

In families where children live with one or both of their parents, the childcare role may also be taken on by the child's extended family. If a parent or extended family is unable to care for the children, orphanages and foster homes are a way of providing for children's care, housing, and schooling.

Family is an essential part of every person’s life and of our society. Family is a little world with its own values and priorities. However, as usual, every good thing can have its drawbacks. Same with families: they can often have different types of problems. One of the most frequent and common problems is the misunderstanding between parents and children, due to the difference of generations

Childcare is caught between the opposing poles of human needs and capital formation. On the one hand, caring is intimately tied up in how we define ourselves, in our loving and intimate relationships, in the parts of our lives where, if fortunate, we freely choose and feel cherished. On the other hand, care is also an integral part of economic reproduction, the demands of labour and the profit-making system.How are we to deal with this clash?