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A study of 193 children in Germany, Israel, South Korea, and the USA.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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Preface; About the Authors; I: STUDYING MAKE-BELIEVE WORLDS; II: RESEARCH FINDINGS: THE WORLDS, THE CHILDREN, AND THE MEDIA; III: CENTRAL THEMES: GENDER AND CULTURE; IV: CONCLUSION; References; Child Index; Media Texts Index; Author Index; Subject Index.
This work offers insights into children's descriptions of their invented or "make-believe" worlds, and the role that the children's experience with media plays in creating these worlds; based on the results of a cross-cultural study conducted in the United States, Germany, Israel, and South Korea.
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