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eBook Small Screens: Television for Children (Studies in Communication and Society (Leicester, England).) download ISBN: 0826459439
Author: David Buckingham
Publisher: Continuum Intl Pub Group (September 1, 2002)
Language: English
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At the same time, critics have argued that the boundaries between childhood and adulthood are becoming blurred. Children's television may be changing, but so are views of the audience for which it is designed.

Small Screens: Television for Children (Studies in Communication and Society (Leicester, England). 0826459447 (ISBN13: 9780826459442).

Small Screens : Television for Children. Studies in Communication and Society (Leicester, England)

Small Screens : Television for Children. Studies in Communication and Society (Leicester, England). By (author) David Buckingham. David Buckingham is Professor of Education and Director of the Centre for the Study of Children, Youth and the Media at the Institute of Education, University of London.

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These polemics are all similar, argues David Buckingham, in that children are not seen as differentiated as TV viewers.

In the US, especially, there has been a glut of books claiming that television is responsible for many ills. These polemics are all similar, argues David Buckingham, in that children are not seen as differentiated as TV viewers. In his book After the Death of Childhood, Buckingham writes: "Children, in particular, are implicitly seen to be passive and defenceless in the face of media manipulation.

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In the UK, concern over the 'dumbing down' of children's programmes has met with defensive responses from television producers. In the US, after much lobbying, legislation designed to ensure compulsory inclusion of 'educational' progammes for children in the television schedules has been introduced. Such debates are a response to broader changes, both in broadcasting and in conceptions of childhood. The move towards a multi-channel, commercially-led global media system has led, far from the expectations of critics, to more provision of children's programming. Meanwhile views of what is appropriate for the audience have shifted as the boundaries between childhood and adulthood are increasingly blurred. This book provides a comprehensive account of the main areas of children's television by means of a series of case studies of programmes produced in Britain and the US.