On this blog you will find details about our favourite published work, details of events and discussions, and research projects by CPCS associates. Use the buttons at the top to visit the different areas of the Blog.
- Workshop: After the Iron curtain: Poor parenting and state intervention in cross cultural perspective, Cambridge, 10th June. Info here
- Conference: Parenting and Personhood: Cross-cultural perspectives on expertise, family life and risk management
This event is taking place on Thursday 23 and Friday 24 June 2016 in Canterbury, UK. The conference is being held as part of the project, ‘Parenting Cultures and Risk Management in Plural Norway’. At the conference, findings from the project will be presented by the research team. The conference aims, however, to bring together researchers from various disciplines who are interested in the interplay between parenting cultures, personhood, expertise and risk management. Our aim is to provide a venue for genuinely interdisciplinary dialogue for those with common research interests.
Read more about the aims of the Conference
- CPCS book: Parenting Culture Studies
Why have the minutiae of how parents raise their children become routine sources of public debate and policy making? This book provides in-depth answers to these features drawing on a wide range of sources from sociology, history, anthropology and psychology, covering developments in both Europe and North America.An introductory film about the book by Dr Ellie Lee can be seen here, as well as about the individual chapters here. Further information here. The book is available to buy here.
- CPCS associates recently attended the launch of Parenting Cultures and Risk Management in Plural Norway Read more about the project, including papers given at the event.
- ‘Stop Gendercide: a dangerous campaign’, by Ellie Lee
- ‘From abortion to childbirth, what we need is choice’, by Jennie Bristow
- ‘The Government should butt out of parenting’, Interview with Lenore Skenazy by Nancy McDermott
- ‘Should you ever discipline another person’s child?’, with comment by Frank Furedi
- Should we teach parenting? See films from our Faculti event at the House of Commons here
- Read this feature in Kent Magazine, celebrating three years of our Centre