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Fast Families, Virtual Children: A Critical Sociology of Families and Schooling

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by Ben Agger & Beth Anne Shelton
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Fast Families, Virtual Children: A Critical Sociology of Families and Schooling by Ben Agger & Beth Anne Shelton

The Internet, cell phones, and other technologies have changed the ways in which people conduct their family lives, raise children, and navigate the blurry boundary between work and home. Private life is colonized by employers, teachers, corporations; family time is taken up by work, homework, and shopping. What it means to be parents and children has changed dramatically. This book shows how the nurturance of family has increasingly become a willful, radical idea in an era of pervasive technology. The authors analyze important trends, including the acceleration and attenuation of childhood, and offer a children s bill of rights and accompanying parental responsibilities."

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Ebook Details
Pages: 196
Size: 2.2 MB
Publisher: Routledge
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781317259619 (EPUB)
9781317259626 (PDF)

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