By Diana Mendley Rauner
-- Mark D. Regnerus, Social Forces
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Cheryl Lovett-Green described how many of the service staff at the NIYLP summer camp “need ongoing guidance and support in dealing with all kinds of issues. ” Competence is an essential component of caring, but it is more a state of being than a fixed quality. Caregivers are competent to varying degrees; they THE PRACTICE OF CARE 23 will need certain skills for some groups and different skills for others. As important as natural abilities is an ongoing commitment to develop skills that might make one more empathic and effective: to learn Spanish, for example, if one has chosen to work with Latino youths; or to find support systems for abused children if one suspects that a youth has been abused.
It is sufficient to say that care happens, without considering its value based on the intent of the caregiver. A central assumption is that care, expressed as a habit of action, is also a habit of mind. What does it mean to hold an ethic of care, and how might that ethic be expressed in action and attitude? What is the connection between particular instances of caregiving and a philosophy of care? Finally, inasmuch as care is a practice, it is shaped by and responsive to the needs and expectations of a culture, a term here used broadly to include both nation-states and ethnic and socioeconomic subcultures in the United States.
The degree to which children are seen as a collective responsibility of a society versus the private property of their parents is also a cultural phenomenon. The role of children in the economic support and security of their families in early rural America has left its legacy in a legal system in which children historically have had few rights with respect to their parents. As discussed above, the nuclear family has evolved to a position not only of primacy, but of isolation in childrearing.
''They Still Pick Me Up When I Fall'' by Diana Mendley Rauner