Kinderculture (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
288
Utgivningsdatum
1997-05-01
Upplaga
Reissue
Förlag
Westview Press Inc
Illustrationer
biblio
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780813323107

Kinderculture

Corporate Construction of Childhood

Häftad, Engelska, 1997-05-01
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For corporate America, childrenand their parents moneyare one of the most targeted groups in our consumer society. There are TV shows, movies, video games, toys, books, and restaurants that are specifically directed at childrenall of which have produced a kinderculture run by marketing and advertising executives. Through a series of entertaining and insightful essays, Kinderculture: The Corporate Construction of Childhood explores some of the icons that shape the values and consciousness of children, from Beavis and Butt-Head to Barney, from Disney movies to Nintendo.Contributors drawn from the fields of education, sociology, and popular culture analyze the profound effects and the pervasive influence of these corporate productions in a style parents, educators, and general readers will welcome. Arguing that the experience of childhood has been, with or without our consent, reshaped into something that is prefabricated, Shirley Steinberg and Joe Kincheloe bring home to readers the impact our marketing blitz culture has on our childrenand on our beliefs about childhood. }For corporate America, childrenand their parents moneyare one of the most targeted groups in our consumer society. There are TV shows, movies, video games, toys, books, and restaurants that are specifically directed at childrenall of which has produced a kinderculture run by marketing and advertising executives. Through a series of entertaining and insightful essays, Kinderculture: The Corporate Construction of Childhood explores some of the icons that shape the values and consciousness of children, from Beavis and Butt-Head to Barney, from Disney movies to Nintendo.Contributors drawn from the fields of education, sociology, and popular culture analyze the profound effects and the pervasive influence of these corporate productions in a style parents, educators, and general readers will welcome. Arguing that the experience of childhood has been, with or without our consent, reshaped into something that is prefabricated, Shirley Steinberg and Joe Kincheloe bring home to readers the impact our marketing blitz culture has on our childrenand on our beliefs about childhood. }
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Introduction: No More SecretsKinderculture, Information Saturation, and the Postmodern Childhood; (Shirley R. Steinberg and Joe L. Kincheloe. ); Home Alone and Bad to the Bone: The Advent of a Postmodern Childhood; (J. L. Kincheloe. ); Are Disney Movies Good for Your Kids?; (Henry A. Giroux. ); From Sesame Street to Barney and Friends: Television as Teacher; (Eleanor Blair Hilty. ); Beavis and Butt-Head: No Future for Postmodern Youth; (Douglas Kellner. ); Video Games and the Emergence of Interactive Media for Children; (Eugene F. Provenzo Jr. ); Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Aesthetics of Phallo-Militaristic Justice; (Peter McLaren and Janet Morris. ); Mom, Its Not Real! Children Constructing Childhood Through Reading Horror Fiction; (Linda K. Christian-Smith and Jean I. Erdman. ); Reading Childrens Magazines: Kinderculture and Popular Culture; (Alan A. Block. ); Professional Wrestling and Youth Culture: Teasing, Taunting, and the Containment of Civility; (Aaron David Gresson III. ); Dealing from the Bottom of the Deck: The Business of Trading Cards, Past to Present; (Murry R. Nelson and S. R. Steinberg. ); The Bitch Who Has Everything; (S. R. Steinberg. ); Multiculturalism and the American Dream; (Jeanne Brady. ); Anything You Want: Women and Children in Popular Culture; (Jan Jipson and Ursi Reynolds. ); McDonalds, Power, and Children: Ronald McDonald (aka Ray Kroc) Does It All for You; (J. L. Kincheloe.)