Caring for children : social movements and public policy in Canada / edited by Rachel Langford, Susan Prentice, and Patrizia Albanese.Material type: BookPublisher: Vancouver, B. C. : UBC Press, c2017Description: viii, 258 p. : ill., charts, map ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780774834292.Subject(s): Child care -- Canada | Social movements -- Canada | Canada -- Social policyDDC classification: 362.70971 C277
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v. 47 no. 4 (Winter 2018) Selected Accessions List -- Social Conditions/Policy
Includes bibliographical references (p. 242-243) and index.
Introduction: movements and policies--the troubles of caring for children / Susan Prentice, Patrizia Albanese, and Rachel Langford -- Mad Men social policy : families, social reproduction, and childcare in a conservative Canada / Kate Bezanson -- The politics of income splitting, sex equality, and sex role stereotypes : caring for children or keeping women in their place? / Kathleen A. Lahey -- Changing early childhood care and learning for aboriginal children / Angela Mashford-Pringle -- Parental leave, class inequalities, and "caring with" : an ethics of care approach to Canadian parental-leave policy / Andrea Doucet and Lindsey McKay -- Taking stock of coproprate childcare in Alberta : licensing inspection data in not-for-profit and corporate childcare centres / Brooke Richardson -- Policy making and unlicensed childcare : lessons from Ontario / Michal Perlman, Petr Varmuza, and Linda White -- The crisis of social reproduction under global capitalism : working-class women and children in the struggle for universal childcare / Rachel Rosen, Suzanne Baustad, and Merryn Edwards -- Crossing boundaries : in-home childcare and migration in Canada / Elizabeth Adamson -- Nurturing social movement intersectionality : childcare policy advocacy in Canada / Tammy Findlay -- Conclusion : moving forward, lessons learned / Patrizia Albanese, Susan Prentice, and Rachel Langford.