When Academics Become Parents…. Not Good
By Apt. 11D on March 17, 2014
Dalton Conley, a sociologist at New York University, wrote a book about his parenting philosophy which he describes as “jazz parenting.” Conley describes himself as a “freak” whose parenting decisions are based on “flexibility and fluidity, attention to (often counterintuitive, myth-busting) research. . . . Trial and error. Hypothesis revision and more experimentation about what works. . . .
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