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Kid culture: children & adults & popular culture


, : Kid culture: children & adults & popular culture. Kid culture: children and adults and popular culture: 179 pp.

Popular culture is an all-pervasive fact of modern life, but one that is generating increasing concern among many adults, particularly in North America, as to its effects on childhood and children's lives. There are those who fear that popular culture is poisoning children's minds, producing violence-prone sons and passive, appearance-obsessed daughters.

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