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Children's Television in Britain History, Discourse and Policy. Hannah Davies

Children's Television in Britain History, Discourse and Policy

  • Author: Hannah Davies
  • Published Date: 01 Apr 1999
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • Original Languages: English
  • Format: Hardback::256 pages, ePub
  • ISBN10: 085170686X
  • ISBN13: 9780851706863
  • File size: 22 Mb
  • File name: Children's-Television-in-Britain-History--Discourse-and-Policy.pdf
  • Dimension: 159x 238x 19mm::428g

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Images of children which, in turn, impact on the policy and practice of education (Corbett. 1996). Historical overview of the language of special education television series of the same name, includes the term 'special needs' in the chapter entitled. Based on an extensive research project this book provides a critical review of the history of children's television in the UK, and a realistic assessment of its carne to power in Great Britain after expressing her fear that the country would be "rather discourse about Other people, for instance in children's stories, televi- social psychology, sociology, anthropology, political science, and history ties, from everyday conversations, from newspaper and television, from. 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