The paradigm shift from parenting to peer-enting”

MTV executive Nick Shore in Fast Company:

A century of parent-centered” nuclear family has steadily been under-going a paradigm shift, and may have just passed the tipping point. The nucleus of the family has been moving towards the child, and Millennials look like the first generation raised in that new nuclear family structure. No longer the hierarchical structure with authoritarian parent leadership,” the new family is flattened to a democracy, with collective (if not kid-driven) decision-making process. Parents are more like best friends, life coaches, or as we at MTV call them peer-ents.”

h/t @briankruck

Tweet a comment

August 23, 2016 · culture · millennials · mtv · parenting · Fast Company

Previous:Prefer a walkable neighborhood or a McMansion? Depends on how you vote.
Next:Of dogs and refugees

· · · · ·