Family and Kinship

One of the central features of contemporary parenting culture is its individuated focus on the parent-child relation. As well as considering the relation between the rise of ‘parenting’ and how this influences understandings of ‘family’, an important area for research is the workings of other dimensions of kinship and community, in the current context. This is presently a less developed area of Parenting Culture Studies, and one we hope to take forwards, alongside developing investigation of ‘generations’.

Siblings, contact and the law: An overlooked relationship?

Parenting Culture, Childhood and Adult-Child relations