Dec 1, 2020
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Most of us have a deeply entrenched and far-reaching digital life. This week’s guest thinks a lot about what we share online, and more specifically, what we share about our kids online, usually without any idea of the impact and consequences. Leah A. Plunkett, Associate Dean & Associate Professor at University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, shares insights from her new book, Sharenthood: Why We Should Think before We Talk about Our Kids Online.
Leah A. Plunkett is an Associate Dean & Associate Professor at University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, and she’s a graduate of Harvard College & Harvard Law School. She’s also a faculty associate with the Youth & Media team at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. She’s the mother of two and the author of Sharenthood: Why We Should Think before We Talk about Our Kids Online.
Over the last six years, Leah has spoken with parents, grandparents, educators, lawyers, researchers, technologists, psychologists, computer scientists, government regulators, policy-makers, elected officials, and lots of other grown-ups from around the world about kids and digital life.
Kristen Manieri is a Certified Mindfulness Teacher specializing in: stress reduction, energy management, mindset, resilience, meditation, habit formation, rest rituals, and self-care. As the host of the weekly 60 Mindful Minutes podcast, an Apple top 100 social science podcast, Kristen has interviewed over 100 authors and thought leaders about what it means to live a more conscious, connected, intentional and joyful life. Learn more at https://kristenmanieri.com/work-with-me/.
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Guest’s website: https://leahplunkett.com/meet-leah
Sharenthood: Why We Should Think before We Talk about Our Kids Online by Leah A. Plunkett: https://www.amazon.com/Sharenthood-Should-before-Online-Strong/dp/026204269X
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