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Anxious Parents: A History of Modern Child-Rearing in America

Peter N. Stearns January 01, 2019

The nineteenth and twentieth centuries saw a dramatic shift in the role of children in American society and families No longer necessary for labor, children became economic liabilities and twentieth century parents exhibited a new level of anxiety concerning the welfare of their children and their own ability to parent effectively What caused this shift in the ways parenThe nineteenth and twentieth centuries saw a dramatic shift in the role of children in American society and families No longer necessary for labor, children became economic liabilities and twentieth century parents exhibited a new level of anxiety concerning the welfare of their children and their own ability to parent effectively What caused this shift in the ways parenting and childhood were experienced and perceived Why, at a time of relative ease and prosperity, do parents continue to grapple with uncertainty and with unreasonable expectations of both themselves and their children Peter N Stearns explains this phenomenon by examining the new issues the twentieth century brought to bear on families Surveying popular media, expert childrearing manuals, and newspapers and journals published throughout the century, Stearns shows how schooling, physical and emotional vulnerability, and the rise in influence of commercialism became primary concerns for parents The result, Stearns shows, is that contemporary parents have come to believe that they are participating in a culture of neglect and diminishing standards Anxious Parents A Modern History of Childrearing in America shows the reasons for this belief through an historic examination of modern parenting.


  • Title: Anxious Parents: A History of Modern Child-Rearing in America
  • Author: Peter N. Stearns
  • ISBN: 9780814798492
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback
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