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Raising Primates is a podcast interested in the intersection of culture and parenting practices around the world. We'll explore our past as a species, as well as cultures around the world today, in hopes of making sense of this thing we call "parenting". Join us for interviews with anthropologists, social scientists, and other researchers/authors as we discover where we came from and where we're going. Become a PATREON to support our efforts: www.patreon.com/raisingprimates Visit us online: ...
 
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Alma Gottlieb, PhD, anthropologist and author of A World Of Babies, and I sit down to talk how our WEIRD (Western, Educated, Industrial, Rich, Democratic) culture can differ from many others around the world with regards to ideas and practices surrounding child rearing. We discussed:-why the Western notion of attachment theory doesn’t hold up aroun…
 
Barry Hewlett, PhD, professor of anthropology at Washington State University and I sit down to talk about his time spent with the Akas in Central Africa.We discussed:-How Barry’s career in anthropology evolved and how he came to spend time with the Akas (a nomadic foraging society he lived with off and on for over 40 years)-Among other things, Barr…
 
Charlotte Faircloth, PhD, anthropologist and author of "Militant Lactivism? Attachment Parenting and Intensive Motherhood in the UK and France", and I sit down to talk about "parenting culture" and how attachment parenting fits into the larger ideology of intensive mothering.We discuss:-Charlotte’s work and how it influenced her own journey through…
 
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