Michelle Lyttle Storrod, Childhood Studies PhD Student, coauthored an article for The Conversation entitled “Youth violence: rise could be linked to British people’s growing distrust of authority. Read the full article here.
The mire of its own construction? Childhood studies and the “crisis” at the Mexico-U.S. border by Dr. Dan Cook The “zero tolerance” policy of the US President Donald Trump Administration forcefully separated children from parents/guardians as they attempted to enter the United States at the Mexico border beginning in the spring of 2018. It was … Continue reading Dr. Dan Cook editorializes on childhood studies and the Mexico-US migration “crisis”…
Dr. Kate Cairns has a new coauthored article in Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. Read the full article here.
The Press of Atlantic City talks with parents about the amount of screen time their kids are getting, quoting Meredith Bak (FASC) and John Kriger (SSW). Read the article here.
Rutgers-Camden dedicates building for childhood studies program The Artis Building at 4th and Cooper streets will be home to what the university calls the first doctorate program of its kind in the nation. Check out this story on courierpostonline.com.and this video on SNJToday.
Dr. Dan Cook’s recent publication, “Children’s Market Researchers as Moral Brokers,” appears in the Journal of Cultural Economy. Read it here.