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Center-Based Child Extended Care: Implications for Young Children’s Development in a Five-Year Follow-Up

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Author(s): Tokie Anme | Emiko Tanaka | Ryoji Shinohara | Yuka Sugisawa | Taeko Watanabe | Etsuko Tomisaki | Uma A. Segal

Journal: Sociology Mind
ISSN 2160-083X

Volume: 02;
Issue: 04;
Start page: 435;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: Extended Child Care | Child Development | Child Rearing Environment | Self-Efficacy

ABSTRACT
Effects of early extended child care on children’s functioning from age one year through the end of year six were examined in the Japan Child Care Cohort Study. This longitudinal project sought to assess the developmental and adaptation effects on children. Parents completed a survey on the childrearing environment at home, their feelings of self-efficacy, and the available support for childcare. Childcare professionals evaluated the development of children. The results, using a panel cohort method, indicated that although parenting was a stronger and more consistent predictor of children’s development than was the early extended child-care experience, support from the spouse predicted higher vocabulary development.
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