Children, Media and Culture
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 1 avr. 2010 - 256 pages
This book is intended to broaden the public debate about the role of popular media in children's lives. Its definition of 'media' is wide-ranging: not just television and the internet, but also still-popular forms such as fairy tales, children's literature - including the triumphantly successful Harry Potter series - and playground games.
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