CPCS in the news

Media enquiries CPCS associates regularly provide media comment, if you are from a media organisation and want to speak to someone from CPCS please email Dr Ellie Lee in the first instance or the University of Kent press office

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CPCS in the news: Latest

Book reviews

Ellie Lee reviews Blinded by Science: The Social Implications of Epigenetics and Neuroscience

by Dave Wastell and Sue White

Journal articles

Glenda Wall, in Sociology of Health and Illness, ‘ ‘Love builds brains’: Representations of attachment and children’s brain development in parenting education material’.

Sunna Símonardóttir and Ingólfur V. Gíslason in The Sociological Review, ‘When breast is not best: Opposing dominant discourses on breastfeeding’.

Authored comments

Jennie Bristow, ‘Time for a truce in the generation wars‘

Jan Macvarish, ‘Why Mothers Shouldn’t be Bribed to Breastfeed’

Frank Furedi, ‘Turning Childhood into a Mental Illness’

Media mentions

Jan Macvarish, featured on the Let Grow Blog, ‘Dear Experts: Quit Telling us how to ‘Correctly’ Bond with our Kids’

Ellie Lee, in article in the ESRC’s Society Now and The Guardian, on the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Abortion Act.

Comments from CPCS associates in this article on the Zetland website, ‘Imagine if you do not really decide your child’s future’ (in Danish).

Jennie Bristow, The manipulative flattery of the youth vote is demeaning to young people and bad for politics 

Ellie Lee, The Sun, on drinking and pregnancy.

Angry and Overwhelmed, the men who experience postnatal depression’, with comment from Ellie Lees

‘MPs to discuss reform of UK’s Victorian Era Abortion Law’, with comment from Ellie Lee.

‘The Therapeutic University’, by Frank Furedi.

‘Tamara Ecclestone breastfeeding pictures: Why were they controversial?’ with comment by Ellie Lee

From Brexit to the pensions crisis, how did the Baby Boomers get the blame for everything?’, by Jennie Bristow

Newspaper interviews with Jan Macvarish about neuroparenting, in the Netherlands and Belgium:

CPCS press coverage 2016 to 2007: