Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 3, 1975 · Page 33
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 33

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 3, 1975
Page 33
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· $C -- August 3,1975 Sunday Gosette- Chefs to Meet Child-CarePolicy of Today Presents Problems ~: By Richard Flaste ;· C 1975 V. V. Time* .\«c* Service -· NEW HAVEN. Conn-Of course, the ~!American family is changing. So it's not -;the change itself that staggers Kenneth ~;Keniston. the psychologist who heads the itarnegie Council on Children. It's the ^blinding speed of it. \. As of last year, he says, "For the first ·time in our national history, most school- tage children had mothers who worked out- ·side the home." That compares to 10 per ·cent 30 years ago. He points to a divorce rate that has increased by 700 per cent in 50 years, so that now one million children every year are affected by it. And the child-rearing is being taken over by the schools, which have expanded downward through kindergarten and nursery school, also by peers whose influence, he says. "I'm convinced must be increasing" -- and by what Keniston calls the "flickering, blue parent," television. * * * "I'M NOT against change." Keniston said the other day during a conversation in the rambling house the council occupies here. "And 1 don't want to go back to the nifty family of the 1890's, which I'm not sure was so nifty anyway." It's just that he feels that while "a lot of lip service is paid to what's happening," there's not enough earnest attention paid to the family. ''Right now," he says, "there is no real child-care policy in America." He doesn't argue against those wno believe it's good that women can enter the work force more readily or that people can end a marriage when it no longer works. But he thinks that too often parents are forced into those situations by social and economic pressures beyond their control. The question of whether or not a mother works because she wishes to is crucial. 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