Jennie Bristow is an associate of the Centre for Parenting Culture Studies at the University of Kent, where she is studying for a PhD. Her research examines the construction of the Baby Boomer as a social problem. Bristow is author of Standing Up To Supernanny (Imprint Academic 2009) and co-author, with Frank Furedi, of Licensed to Hug (Civitas 2008, 2010) and The Social Cost of Litigation (Centre for Policy Studies 2012). Jennie Bristow is co-author (with E. Lee, C. Faircloth and J. Macvarish) of Parenting Culture Studies, Palgrave Macmillan (in press).
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