Social Sciences Lecture Series: Associate Professor Susan Henney to Discuss Non-Parental Discipline
As part of the fall 2014 Department of Social Sciences Lecture Series, associate professor Susan Henney will deliver a talk entitled "Does it Take a Village to Raise a Child? Perceptions of Non-Parental Discipline" on Sept. 25 at 2:30 p.m. in room N-1099.
Non-parental discipline (NPD) is defined as the correction of children by a person other than a parent or guardian. The lecture will address the questions of how parents react to others disciplining their children, why they react the way they do, and how specific situations influence their reactions.
For more information about this and other lectures in the series, visit the social sciences events page.