L. L. Cornell's scientific contributions

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... The first is a focus on preserving children's socioeconomic advantages through intensive parenting (Augustine et al., 2009;Hamilton, 2016;Hays, 1996;Shirani et al., 2012;Streib, 2013) and financial investments in children, particularly in the context of high economic inequality (Schneider et al., 2018). Contemporary constructions of children as socially valuable and requiring protection contribute to the perceived importance of these efforts (Coontz, 1992;Mintz & Kellogg, 1989;Zelizer, 1994) as do related social trends, including increasing surveillance of parenting (Thelen & Haukanes, 2010) and parents' heightened sense of economic insecurity and risk (Cooper, 2014;Nelson, 2010). ...