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In this week’s parenting podcast, Slate editors Allison Benedikt and Dan Kois talk to Lisa Guernsey about the American Academy of Pediatrics’ new screen-time recommendations. Then, we talk to moms of girls from around the U.S.A. about how they’re feeling about the upcoming Hillary Clinton presidency, and how they’re talking to their daughters about it. Plus parenting triumphs and fails, recommendations, and a listener call from a divorced parent about moving away.
This week on Slate Plus, Slate’s L.V. Anderson discusses her findings on what age is Normal to stop dressing up for Halloween.
Items discussed on the show:
- Lisa Guernsey’s article on Slate, “The Beginning of the End of the Screen Time Wars”
- Lisa Guernsey’s books Screen Time and Tap, Click, Read (with Michael Levine).
Dan recommends that every 16-year-old in America see the movie Moonlight. Here’s Dana Stevens’ review.
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Podcast produced by Efim Shapiro and Zack Dinerstein.