Television in/and the Worlds of Today’s Children: A Mounting Cultural Controversy
by Richard House - March 23, 2009
This commentary critically reviews current controversies concerning the effects of television in the lives of today's children, specifically locating the place of ‘televisual culture’ within current debates about so-called 'toxic childhood', and more generally, within wider paradigmatic discussions that question the place of technology within Late and post-modernity.
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