Exploring how children make sense of media representations of race, sex, violence and class, this text demonstrates how the meanings they impose depend on the local contexts in which they live. It suggests that they are capable of resistant interpretations of the movies and television they watch.
The author offers a fresh perspective on how children make sense of media representations of race, sex, violence, and class. By weaving such cutting-edge approaches as poststructuralism, performance theory, and critical theory into his analysis, Tobin demonstrates how children's living environments affect the meanings they derive from media messages.
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