Upper-Middle Class American Parenting

May 14, 2019 00:22:50
Upper-Middle Class American Parenting
Annex Sociology Podcast
Upper-Middle Class American Parenting
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Show Notes

The Annex Sociology Podcast examines an article in the New York Times Upshot’ discussing a high intensity parenting style.

Discussants

Kristina Scharp is an Assistant Professor of Communications at the University of Washington. Her forthcoming articles include "Making Meaning of the Parent-Child Relationship: A Dialogic Analysis of Parent-Initiated Estrangement Narratives" in the Journal of Family Communication, and "'You're Not Welcome Here': A Grounded Theory of Family Distancing" in Communication Research.

Joseph Nathan Cohen co-hosts The Annex and directs the Sociocast Project. He is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the City University of New York, Queens College. He wrote Financial Crisis in American Households: The Basic Expenses That Bankrupt the Middle Class (2017, Praeger) and co-authored Global Capitalism: A Sociological Perspective (2010, Polity). Twitter: @jncohen

Leslie Hinkson co-hosts The Annex. She is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Georgetown University. Her recent book is Subprime Health: Debt and Race in U.S. Medicine(2017 University of Minnesota Press).

Gabriel Rossman co-hosts The AnnexHe is an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles. He wrote Climbing the Charts: What Radio Airplay Tells Us about the Diffusion of Innovation(2015, Princeton) Twitter: @GabrielRossman

Photo Credit

CC by Terence Faircloth (https://www.flickr.com/photos/atelier_tee/2827121200)

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