Children and Media in Times of Conflict and War
This collection explores the role the media have on children's lives at times of conflict and war. [illegible] chapters offer for the first time a unique and [illegible] picture of the most current academic work in [illegible] area. The studies approach the topic from [illegible] angles: children's reception, meaning making [illegible] fright reactions to war-related news coverage, [illegible] perspectives of their responsibilities for children at a time of war and approaching the [illegible] of presenting complex new issues to children, [illegible] finally, various ways of empowering children through the use of media and with the aid of media education.
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Childrens Perceptions of War and Conflict
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