Same Game, New Rules: Parenting in 2018

Raising well-adjusted children has always seemed difficult, but now the task — as well as the duty to protect them — seems more difficult and necessary than ever. As our lives are disrupted by technology and identity is viewed with more nuance than ever, how do we parent well in 2018? How can we work to support our children instead of confining them? What stresses do boys, girls, and nonbinary children experience today that they had not before? What new opportunities do our children have, and how do we harness them for the benefit of our families and societies?

Festival: 2018

Watch and Listen: U.S.A.

Leigh G. Hafrey takes a closer look at the similarities and differences between the business-ethics norms of Asia and... See more
NPR political analyst Cokie Roberts talks with some of the nation's most accomplished women about how they got where... See more
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Key presidential advisor and groundbreaking political strategist Karl Rove talks about his work and his views on the... See more
PRI's Studio 360 with Kurt Andersen recorded show features Rosanne Cash and her husband, guitarist John Leventhal. They... See more

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