Work, school, and shopping are just some of the areas of our lives that are being influenced by video games. That’s according to our guest, who shares the ways our daily lives are being gamified. We also talk about the high expectations for American mothers and how other countries support working moms.
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Parenting writer takes on the 'Unsustainability of American Motherhood'
A New York Times parenting writer argues American mothers are held to unreasonable standards, expected to be completely devoted to their children in their personal lives but pretend those children don’t exist in their work lives. She joins us to share her new book “Screaming on the Inside.”
How aspects of games are implemented in work, school and government
The institutions we interact with in our everyday lives adopt the same kind of motivation and reward mechanisms we see in games. We talk to the author a new book on the rise of gamification.
- Rob Ferrett Host
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- Lorin Cox Producer
- Jessica Grose Guest
- Adrian Hon Guest
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