Interview with Kristen M. Shockley / Professor, University of Georgia
HOSTED BY PAUL SULLIVAN
The pandemic changed parenting and relationships overnight. Kids were forced home from school. Parents were sent into remote work or forced to juggle shifts with parenting. Into this chaos, stepped Kristen Shockley, a professor at the University of Georgia, who wanted to know what this sudden shift did to how couples worked, parented and cleaned up afterward. What she found revealed unexpected insight into on relationships, but it also offered valuable lessons for the new world of work.