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Managing Editor Alan Noble is joined by staff writer Amber Stamper to discuss how we should be wary of reading with a hermeneutic of suspicion, and how screen time studies aren’t great at capturing the different varieties of screen time children experience, but are great at inducing parental guilt.

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