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e-Book Adult Supervision Required: Private Freedom and Public Constraints for Parents and Children (Families in Focus) epub download

Author: Markella B. Rutherford
ISBN: 0813551498
Pages: 226 pages
Publisher: Rutgers University Press; None ed. edition (August 3, 2011)
Language: English
Category: Social Sciences
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Subcategory: Politics

e-Book Adult Supervision Required: Private Freedom and Public Constraints for Parents and Children (Families in Focus) epub download

by Markella B. Rutherford



Similarly, fear of bad parenting has not only given rise to a cottage industry of advice books for anxious parents, but has also granted state agencies greater power to police the family.

In many ways, today's parents and children have more freedom than ever before  . Similarly, fear of bad parenting has not only given rise to a cottage industry of advice books for anxious parents, but has also granted state agencies greater power to police the family.

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Adult Supervision Required makes the reader think twice about the . The trade-offs made between both greater freedom and greater constraint for both parents and children are the main focus of Rutherford's analysis.

Adult Supervision Required makes the reader think twice about the freedom that parents have in making decisions about their children's upbringing and the degree of autonomy that children have within these decisions.

Adult Supervision Required considers the contradictory ways in which contemporary American culture has imagined . Yet it may also be fair to say that there is an unprecedented fear of children’s and parents’ freedom.

Adult Supervision Required considers the contradictory ways in which contemporary American culture has imagined individual autonomy for parents and children. In many ways, today’s parents and children have more freedom than ever before. There is widespread respect for children’s autonomy as distinct individuals, and a broad range of parenting styles are flourishing. Yet it may also be fair to say that there is an unprecedented fear of children’s and parents’ freedom

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Adult Supervision Required: Private Freedom and Public Constraints for Parents and Children. Markella B. Rutherford. Series: Families in Focus. Adult Supervision Requiredconsiders the contradictory ways in which contemporary American culture has imagined individual autonomy for parents and children. In many ways, today's parents and children have more freedom than ever before. There is widespread respect for children's autonomy as distinct individuals, and a broad range of parenting styles are flourishing. Yet it may also be fair to say that there is an unprecedented fear of children's and parents' freedom.

Markella B Rutherford. Adult Supervision Required considers the contradictory ways in which contemporary American culture has imagined individual autonomy for parents and children. Yet it may also be fair to say that there is an unprecedented fear of children’s and parents’ freedom

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Adult Supervision Required: Private Freedoms and Public Constraints for Parents and Children. By Markella B. Rutgers University Press, 2011. Sinikka Elliott, "Adult Supervision Required: Private Freedoms and Public Constraints for Parents and Children by Markella B. Rutherford," American Journal of Sociology 118, no. 1 (July 2012): 242-244. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. On the Relation Between Sociology and Ethics. Eviction and the Reproduction of Urban Poverty.

My book, Adult Supervision Required, examines the contradictory ways that American culture has envisioned individual autonomy for parents and children

My book, Adult Supervision Required, examines the contradictory ways that American culture has envisioned individual autonomy for parents and children. For American children, growing freedoms at home and over the private realm of emotional expression have been balanced by new anxieties that have severely limited the experience of autonomy in public spaces. For parents, a greater diversity of parenting styles and personal choices has been balanced against the growing power of state agencies to police the family

Adult Supervision Required considers the contradictory ways in which contemporary American culture has imagined individual autonomy for parents and children. In many ways, today’s parents and children have more freedom than ever before. There is widespread respect for children’s autonomy as distinct individuals, and a broad range of parenting styles are flourishing. Yet it may also be fair to say that there is an unprecedented fear of children’s and parents’ freedom. Dread about Amber Alerts and “stranger danger” have put an end to the unsupervised outdoor play enjoyed by earlier generations of suburban kids. Similarly, fear of bad parenting has not only given rise to a cottage industry of advice books for anxious parents, but has also granted state agencies greater power to police the family.

Using popular parenting advice literature as a springboard for a broader sociological analysis of the American family, Markella B. Rutherford explores how our increasingly psychological conception of the family might be jeopardizing our appreciation for parents’ and children’s public lives and civil liberties.