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Popular Culture, Media and Digital Literacies in Early Childhood


Edited by Jackie Marsh

This book critically examines the ways in which popular culture, media and digital technologies impact on the lives and literacy practices of young children.

By exploring children’s engagement with popular culture, media and digital texts in the home, community and early years settings, the book evaluates empirical studies in the field and uses these to draw out vital new theoretical issues relating to children’s techno-literacy practices. 

From text messaging to Teletubbies, this book provides a long overdue analysis of a topic that is affecting the way children learn in different areas of the world. Anyone with an interest in literacy and early childhood will find this book a fascinating and illuminating read. 

ISBN: 0 415 33573 6
PUBLISHER: RoutledgeFalmer

£30.99

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