Privacy And Parenting By Mobile Phone. | Thinking Allowed

Why is privacy so important to us? Laurie Taylor discusses a sociological study of the role that privacy plays in everyday life. Also, migrant workers parenting by mobile phone.

Clip Info
  • Clip length: 28'15''
  • Broadcast year: 2011
Curriculum Connection
  • Sociology | How are family life and relationships changing? | Nuclear families, extended families, lone parent families, reconstituted families, same-sex families, non-family households, lone-person households. Family life and diversity: emerging family types, trends in marriage, divorce and cohabitation. Demographic changes: birth rate, family size, age at marriage, age of childbearing, ageing population.

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  • Provider: BBC
  • Channel: BBC Radio 4
  • Programme: Thinking Allowed
  • Episode: Privacy And Parenting By Mobile Phone.