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Please answer this question, using the Zelizer article, which I attached: Scholars have argued that children became sanctified in the U.S. over the last 100 years. Meanwhile, the media often depicts “helicopter parents” who treat their children as projects in need of cultivation. On the other hand, in certain families, such as those who street vend, children may play an economic role. Other youth, namely those who are undocumented, find themselves trapped in a “legal limbo,” which disrupts and limits their life trajectories. And for other children, namely Black youth, their parents must be cognizant of the possible threat of police violence aimed at their children. Using sociological evidence, answer the question: Is Zelizer correct that there has been a virtually universal transition from children being economically valuable to economically useless and sentimentally “priceless” in the U.S. context? Consider how social factors, including race, class, and immigration, shape the role of the child in family life. Be very specific in your claims.