Parents (magazine)

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description Family magazine
language German
publishing company Gruner + Jahr ( Germany )
Headquarters Hamburg
First edition 1966
Frequency of publication per month
Sold edition 116,781 copies
( IVW 2/2020)
Widespread edition 185,691 copies
( IVW 2/2020)
Range 0.80 million readers
( MA 2017 II )
Editors-in-chief Bernd Hellermann
Franziska Klingspor
Rosa Wetscher
Editor Marie-Luise Lewicki
Web link
ISSN (print)
Logo 2011

Eltern is a monthly German magazine founded in 1966 aimed primarily at parents. It is published by the Hamburg publisher Gruner + Jahr and is created by a family editorial team that also uses the website . The editor has been Marie-Luise Lewicki since the end of 2017, who previously was editor-in-chief from her parents for 16 years . The family editorial team is headed by Bernd Hellermann, Rosa Wetscher and Franziska Klingspor. The sold circulation is 116,781 copies, a decrease of 73.3 percent since 1998.

The magazine covers almost all topics that parents may be interested in. This ranges from the desire to have children and pregnancy , through the upbringing and development of babies and toddlers , from childcare and everyday family issues to health , nutrition and partnership problems to the role of the father and child-friendly holiday homes.

The widely read magazine played a special role in the discussion about new styles of upbringing and pedagogy in the 1960s and 1970s . Sex education and children's shops were also examined, as were anti-authoritarian upbringing or slapping as a (now forbidden) educational tool . Otto Schuster was editor-in-chief at the time .

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Individual evidence

  1. according to IVW ( details on )
  2. Norbert Beleke (Ed.): Who is who? The German Who's Who . 38th edition, 1999/2000. Schmidt-Römhild, Lübeck 1999, ISBN 3-7950-2026-3 , p. 1315.