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A Communication Studies approach to children"s literature.

David Rudd

A Communication Studies approach to children"s literature.

by David Rudd

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Published by Sheffield City Polytechnic, School of Cultural Studies in Sheffield .
Written in English


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SeriesCulture matters
ContributionsSheffield City Polytechnic. School of Cultural Studies.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21990513M
ISBN 100863393195
OCLC/WorldCa237138959

Probably the most frequently given advice for stimulating creative reader response is simply to surround children with good reading. Bill Martin, Jr. () proposes a supportive, non-analytic approach to literature of which two major components are oral reading and an abundance of interesting books. Reading would develop "by osmosis," he writes. Consequently, children’s literature can be defined and limited in many (sometimes conflicting) ways: one major problem for scholars is that the term children’s is sometimes taken to transcend national and language barriers, thus potentially producing a discipline of unmanageable proportions. As a result, this article is eclectic, but it.

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