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Children and television : a semiotic approach

Author: Bob Hodge; David Tripp
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1986.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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There are insights of interest and value to all in these pages. This book develops a fresh and insightful approach to the questions of children and television.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bob Hodge; David Tripp
ISBN: 0804713529 9780804713528 0745605052 9780745605050
OCLC Number: 14878380
Description: vi, 233 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The double face of fangs : myth, ideology and the content of children's television. Introduction ; Reading a cartoon --
"You sorta listen with your eyes" : decoding children's responses to television. Models and methods of analysis ; A child's-eye-view of Fangface ; Different codes, different messages --
Television and the mind of the child : a development perspective. Theories of development : a semiotic synthesis ; The growth of the children's perception and thinking ; Television and mental growth ; Gender and constructions of reality ; Social class and structures of thought --
"God didn't make Yogi Bear" : the modality of children's television. The fantasy-effect : problems and solutions ; The many markers of modality ; The development of children's reality constructs ; Modality, age and class --
Society and the viewer : the construction of meaning. Social context and modality ; Black viewers and reality ; Sex, power and the negotiation of meanings --
Television and schooling : the hidden curriculum. Television and scholastic performance : the evidence from research ; Television and the teachers' curriculum ; Television and the hidden curriculum ; Television as teacher --
The violence debate : a crisis in media studies. A Kuhnian perspective ; New models for old ; Classic texts revisited --
Ten theses on children and television.
Responsibility: Robert Hodge and David Tripp.

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