The Influence of the Cinema on Children and Adolescents: An Annotated International Bibliography

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction: A survey of trends 5
1.
General Works9
a.
Introductory studies, reflexions and assessments 9
b.
Studies on the objectives of research, and methods employed 12
c.
Bibliographies and special periodicals 16
2.
The attitude of youth towards the cinema18
a.
Frequency of cinema attendance: cinema habits; the cinema in relation to other leisure activities 18
b.
Motives for cinema attendance; film preferences; star-worship 29
3.
Analysis of film content33
4.
The process of seeing a film36
a.
Perception and comprehension of films 36
b.
The psychology of film experience (participation, identification, projection, etc.) 40
5.
Influence and after-effects of films48
a.
The influence of films on general knowledge, ideas, and attitudes 48
b.
The influence of films on emotional life and behaviour 50
c.
What do children and young people recollect from films? 61
d.
Films and juvenile delinquency 62
6.
Educational aspects and practical measures67
a.
The use of films in the development of personality 67
b.
Education towards better appreciation and critical assimilation of films , (ciné-clubs; film education) 70
c.
Production and distribution of children's films; selection of suitable programmes for children and adolescents 82
d.
Censorship and legislation 90
7.
Miscellaneous94
a.
Special numbers of general periodicals 94
b.
Conference reports; handbooks of organizations, etc 98
Index of authors 103

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