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Mister Rogers' neighborhood : children, television, and Fred Rogers

Author: Mark Collins; Margaret Mary Kimmel
Publisher: Pittsburgh, Penn : University of Pittsburgh Press, ©1996.
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The pieces included in this volume address the enduring influence and importance of Fred Rogers' work in children's television. The contributors, representing a wide range of disciplines - art, psychology, medicine, social criticism, theology, music, and communications - include David Bianculli, Lynette Friedrich Cofer, Nancy E. Curry, Ellen Galinsky, George Gerbner, William Guy, Lynn Johnson, Jeanne Marie Laskas,
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Mister Rogers' neighborhood.
Pittsburgh, Penn : University of Pittsburgh Press, c1996
(OCoLC)604192175
Named Person: Fred Rogers; Fred Rogers
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Collins; Margaret Mary Kimmel
ISBN: 0822939215 9780822939214 0822956527 9780822956525
OCLC Number: 33983616
Description: xix, 249 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword: Born again in Rogers / Bob Garfield --
Fred Rogers and the significance of story / George Gerbner --
"What is essential is invisible to the eye" / Jeanne Marie Laskas --
The myth, the man, the legend / David Bianculli --
The reality of make-believe / Nancy E. Curry --
Fred's shoes: the meaning of transitions in Mister Rogers' neighborhood / Roderick Townley --
Musical notes: an interview with Yo-Yo-Ma / Eugenia Zukerman --
With an open hand: puppetry on Mister Rogers' neighborhood / Susan Linn --
The theology of Mister Rogers' neighborhood / William Guy --
Mister Rogers: keeper of the dream / Paula Lawrence Wehmiller --
Make-believe, truth, and freedom: television in the public interest / Lynette Friedrich Cofer --
Mister Rogers speaks to parents / Ellen Galinsky --
Other viewers, other rooms / Mary Rawson --
A neighborhood with forest and trees: allies, coalitions, kids, and Mister Rogers / Mark Shelton --
A very special neighborhood: a photo essay / Lynn Johnson --
Afterword: A nation of neighborhoods / Marian Wright Edelman.
Responsibility: Mark Collins and Margaret Mary Kimmel, editors.

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"For forty years, Fred Rogers has been telling children and the rest of us that he likes us just the way we are. No one else in our lives gives us that message. Now, in "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood", Read more...

 
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