Tracey Jensen is a Lecturer at Newcastle University. Her research explores the classed and gendered intersections of contemporary parenting culture, and how these are reproduced across social, cultural, media and policy sites. Her research has been published in international journals including Subjectivities, Feminist Media Studies and Studies in the Maternal, and she has contributed to books including Standing Up to Supernanny (Imprint Academic, 2009), Being Cultural (Pearson, 2012) Parenting in Global Perspective (Routledge, forthcoming) and Privilege, Agency, Affect (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming). She is currently writing a book about parent blame and neoliberalism.
Media and Cultural Studies
School of Arts and Cultures
Newcastle, NE2 2RD
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