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. Malmo, Sweden: International Organization for Knowledge Economy and Enterprise Development-IKED.
Research is clear that effective early childhood teaching is highly skilled work that requires specific knowledge, skills and mastery of a body of practical techniques (Ryan & Gibson, 2016; Whitebook
make less than parking lot attendants and dog-walkers, said Marcy Whitebook
, co-director of the University of California, Berkeley's Center for the Study of Child Care Employment.
(4) I am indebted for my discussion of Marcuse's Eros and Civilization to Joel Whitebook
's study Perversion and Utopia (1995, 24ff).
China's Millennials (born 1985 to 1995) and Generation Z (born after 1995) accounted for 34% of discretionary disposable income in 2015, but this is forecast to rise to 50% by 2025, according to the 2017 Chinese Luxury E-Commerce Whitebook
report from Secoo, Asia's largest high-end e-com-merce platform, and Tencent, the largest data company in China.
Enfin, il semble essentiel de preciser que le manque de reconnaissance et de valorisation du metier d'educatrice pourrait etre a l'origine du fort roulement de personnel observe dans les milieux de la petite enfance, probleme souligne par plusieurs chercheurs (Holochwost, DeMott, Buell, Yannetta, & Amsden, 2009; Kusma, Groneberg, Nienhaus, & Mache, 2012; Whitebook
& Sakai, 2004).
(170) In the words of Marcy Whitebook
, the director of the Center for
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GMGC and leading market intelligence firm Newzoo launched the GMGC and Newzoo Mobile Games Whitebook
for 2017 during GMGC Manila.
Research asserts that the average length of time an early childhood education teacher decides to stay or leave the field is by the third to fifth year (Jorde-Bloom, 1986; Child Care Services, 2013; Whitebook
& Sakai, 2003).