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‘Intensive’ Parenting Is Now the Norm in America

By Joe Pinsker — 2019

The style of child-rearing that most aspire to takes a lot of time and money, and many families can’t pull it off. Intensive is the adjective that researchers, including Patrick Ishizuka, a postdoctoral fellow at Cornell University who published the survey results late last year, use to describe this model of raising kids.

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