Culture

Welcome to Cultural Perspectives! In this section, we explore some of the traditions and beliefs that make our parenting worlds unique and yet, in many ways, perhaps even similar. Whether it is pregnancy, birth, childhood, or family life in general, the editors are always looking for stories that put culture front and center of our lives.

Cultural perspectives aims at broadening our understanding of parenting around the world. Reading some of the articles here may sometimes feel disconcerting, shocking, or even downright appalling as we learn of views around the world that might be opposite to our own. Or, you may even be intrigued and pleasantly surprised that you share similarities with other cultures you didn’t know existed.

We invite you to learn, respect, and appreciate the diversity of cultures around us.

Here, you will find different kind of articles such as:

Focused Features: Articles that explore pregnancy, birth and childhood, traditions and customs in one given country or culture.
Conversing Cultures: Articles that present varying perspectives on how certain (similar) things are done differently across cultures.
Celebrating Cultures: Articles that showcase the truly unique celebrations that are specific to your culture or country.

If you have an idea for an article, do let us know. We will thank you for it in our article. If you’d rather write it yourself, check out our “Write for Us” page or send us a pitch to mypitch@theparentvoice.com OR write to our Editor of Cultural Perspectives directly at: severine@theparentvoice.com.  


 

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