Shirley R. Steinberg
ReadHowYouWant, Apr 1, 2011 - Child development - 540 pages
This book reveals the profound impact that our purchasing-obsessed culture has on our children and argues that corporate marketing to youth has reshaped the experience of childhood into something that is prefabricated. Top scholars in education, sociology, and cultural studies contribute insightful essays that students, parents, and educators will find entertaining and disturbing. This third edition is thoroughly updated with examinations of the icons that shape the values and consciousness of today's children, including Twilight, Barbie, hip-hop, Disney, McDonald's, and many more.
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Review: Kinderculture: The Corporate Construction Of ChildhoodUser Review - Katy Margaret - Goodreads
Disney is corrupt. Read full review
Review: Kinderculture: The Corporate Construction Of ChildhoodUser Review - Alice - Goodreads
Boy, there's some sick people out there. And they all want to turn your kid into some automatron buying robot. Sad thing is, it's working. Get this book...very disturbing. Read full review