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'School' in Japanese children's lives as depicted in manga

@inproceedings{Bryce2004SchoolIJ,
  title={'School' in Japanese children's lives as depicted in manga},
  author={Mio Bryce},
  year={2004}
}
Introduction The effect of information and media technologies as well as the processes of commercialisation in increasing the porousness of the borders within and between today’s societies warrants examining how the positioning and role as well as the representation of 'school' as a social world in children's lives has changed significantly. Traditionally, the role of the ‘school’ was to educate children with morals, discipline and knowledge, in order to mould them into an appropriate member of… Expand
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