Screen Education for American Schools
by Stuart A. Selby - 1965
The only art form invented in the twentieth century and an obviously formative influence on our habits and attitudes, the motion picture (with television) remains startlingly neglected in our schools. The author analyzes this unfortunate situation and sketches a map for the immediate future.
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