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eBook Children, Cinema and Censorship: From Dracula to Dead End (Cinema and Society) ePub

by Sarah Smith

  • ISBN: 1850438137
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Sarah Smith
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: I.B.Tauris (October 21, 2005)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1507 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1943 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
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It explores the attempts to control children's viewing, the theories that supported these approaches and the extent to which they were successful. The author develops her challenging proposition that children are agents in their cinema viewing, not victims; showing how these angels with dirty faces colonized the cinema.

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She shows how children colonised the cinema and established their own distinct cinema culture

She shows how children colonised the cinema and established their own distinct cinema culture. From 'penny dreadfuls' and comic books to television, 'video nasties' and computer games, and more recently, gangsta rap, mobile phones and the Internet - all have been seen as threats to children's safety, health, morality and literacy, and cinema is no exception.

Part of the Cinema and Society Series). It explores the attempts to control children's viewing, the theories that supported these approaches and the extent to which they were successful.

Children Cinema and Censorship : From Dracula to the Dead End Kids. By (author) Sarah Smith.

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Children, Cinema and Censorship. From Dracula to Dead End (Cinema & Society). Published September 29, 2005 by I. B. Tauris.

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The author develops her challenging proposition that children are agents in their cinema viewing, not victims; showing how these angels with dirty faces colonized the cinema. She reveals their distinct cinema culture and the ways in which they subverted or circumvented official censorship including the Hays Code and the British Board of Film Censors, to regulate their own viewing of a variety of films, including Frankenstein, King Kong and The Cat and the Canary. Used Book in Good Condition.

Using original research, this book explores the recurring debates in Britain and America about children and how they use and respond to the media, focusing on a key example: the controversy surrounding children and cinema in the 1930s. It explores the attempts to control children's viewing, the theories that supported these approaches and the extent to which they were successful. The author develops her challenging proposition that children are agents in their cinema viewing, not victims; showing how these angels with dirty faces colonized the cinema. She reveals their distinct cinema culture and the ways in which they subverted or circumvented official censorship including the Hays Code and the British Board of Film Censors, to regulate their own viewing of a variety of films, including Frankenstein, King Kong and The Cat and the Canary.