Corpus ID: 202724897

Whose story is being told ? RESULTS OF AN ANALYSIS OF CHILDREN ’ S TV IN 8 COUNTRIES

@inproceedings{Gtz2018WhoseSI,
  title={Whose story is being told ? RESULTS OF AN ANALYSIS OF CHILDREN ’ S TV IN 8 COUNTRIES},
  author={Maya G{\"o}tz and Ole Hofmann and Caroline Mendel and Dafna Lemish and Sebastian Scherr and Yuval Gozansky and Kirsten Huang and Elizabeth and Prommer and Colleen Russo-Johnson and Eileen Sanabria and L Whitaker},
  year={2018}
}
  • Maya Götz, Ole Hofmann, +9 authors L Whitaker
  • Published 2018
  • The stories children’s television offers can be a powerful tool for maintaining and restoring emotional balance in everyday life, as children’s TV is integrated into the make-believe world of children, their identity and worldview (Lemish, 2015) and has the potential to offer strategies for resilience. Yet very much depends on the content and the main characters and the characteristics they represent. Ten years ago, the IZI conducted the world’s largest analysis of children’s TV in 24 countries… CONTINUE READING

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