Changing Play: Play, Media And Commercial Culture From The 1950s To The Present Day

Changing Play: Play, Media And Commercial Culture From The 1950s To The Present Day

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The aim of this book is to offer an informed account of changes in the nature of the relationship between play, media and commercial culture in England through an analysis of play in the 1950s/60s and the present day.Thorne (1992: 124) points out that boys control as much as ten times more space than girls in the playground and this was also ... For example, the advert for the computer game FIFA 13 encourages users to use the EA SPORTS Football Club anbsp;...


Title:Changing Play: Play, Media And Commercial Culture From The 1950s To The Present Day
Author: Marsh, Jackie, Bishop, Julia
Publisher:McGraw-Hill Education (UK) - 2013-10-01
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