As well as keynote presentations, more than 30 papers were discussed at the event. Slides from the following presentations can be found via this link (and scrolling through to the relevant paper) .
Adrienne Evans, Coventry University, Keeping it in the Family: Sexualization and Figurations of the Responsible Liberal Parent
Jan Macvarish, Kent University, Sexualised children or infantilized adults?
Sara Bragg, Research Fellow, Child and Youth Studies, Childhood Development and Learning, The Open University “Blame the moronic mothers”: parenting and the „sexualisation of childhood‟ debate
Tracey Jensen, King’s College London, Does parental warmth matter more than parental wealth?
Dmitra Hartas, University of Warwick, Inequality and the home learning environment: predictions about 7-year olds’ language and literacy
Hanne Knudsen, Department of Learning, Aarhus University, Copenhagen NV, Playful responsibility
Charlotte Faircloth, University of Kent, „What science says is best‟: Full-term breastfeeding, scientific authority and maternal identity work
Maria Jansson, Department of Political Science, Stockholm University, Different worlds: breastfeeding, motherhood and HIV in the World Health Organization‟s policies on infant feeding
Therese Andrews, Department of Sociology, University of Bergen, Norway and
Stephanie Knaak, Alberta, Canada, Medicalized Mothering: Experiences with Breastfeeding in Canada and Norway
Claire Edwards and Etaoine Howlett, School of Applied Social Studies, University College Cork, Ireland, The new professionals? „ADHD parents‟ and the evaluation of alternative therapeutic regimes
Yael Hashiloni-Dolev and Shkedi Shiri, School of Government and Society, The Academic College of Tel-Aviv-Yaffo, On New Reproductive Technologies and Family Ethics: Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) for Sibling Donor (SD) in Israel and Germany