How the Industrial Revolution changed childhood
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Dorsa Amir |
• May 2019
Certain elements of childhood -- school, play, homework -- are often considered universal by those who live in industrial societies. Evolutionary anthropologist Dorsa Amir draws from her time living in foraging societies to explain how the post-industrial experience of childhood is a relatively new development for humanity with wide-ranging implications for child development and parenting.