The successes and failures of our fact-based experiment
Archer K Hill II
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Here’s an interesting article about perceived risk versus actual that would be interesting to know more actual statics:

“The odds that a child will be abducted by a stranger — one of the fears that motivates constant supervision — are tiny in comparison with the odds that a child will be injured in a car accident. Yet parents aren’t under investigation for choosing to drive their kids to school.”

http://www.npr.org/sections/13.7/2016/08/22/490847797/why-do-we-judge-parents-for-putting-kids-at-perceived-but-unreal-risk

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