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An SOS social center provides child-care for local working families as well as a youth club for older children.
Parents' economic status (education, occupation, and income) controls the parent's ability provide adequate housing, a safe environment, and responsible child care while the parents work.
Those in high-quality care were at an advantage compared to those with exclusive maternal care, while low-quality child care presented a disadvantage.
In spite of the significant concerns raised by child-care experts, one form of physical punishment-spanking-remains a widely used measure to reduce undesired behavior in children.
The eventual goal in child care is to reduce stress.
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