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by Clare Bradford,Kerry Mallan,Robyn McCallum,John Stephens

Author: Clare Bradford,Kerry Mallan,Robyn McCallum,John Stephens
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2008 edition (March 13, 2008)
Pages: 213 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.6
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CLARE BRADFORD is Professor of Literature at Deakin University, Australia. Her 2001 book, Reading Race, won both the ChLA Book Award and the IRSCL Award.

CLARE BRADFORD is Professor of Literature at Deakin University, Australia. Her most recent book is Unsettling Narratives: Postcolonial Readings of Children's Literature (2007). KERRY MALLAN is Professor in Education at Queensland University of Technology, Australia.

This book demonstrates how contemporary children's texts draw on utopian and dystopian tropes in their projections of possible futures. The authors explore the ways in which children's texts respond to social change and global politics

This book demonstrates how contemporary children's texts draw on utopian and dystopian tropes in their projections of possible futures. The authors explore the ways in which children's texts respond to social change and global politics.

This book demonstrates how contemporary children's texts draw on utopian and dystopian . Critical Approaches to Children's Literature. Utopian Transformations

This book demonstrates how contemporary children's texts draw on utopian and dystopian tropes in their projections of possible futures. The book argues that children's texts are crucially implicated. Utopian Transformations.

This book demonstrates how contemporary children's texts draw on utopian and dystopian tropes in their . Part of the Critical Approaches to Children's Literature book series (CRACL). Clare Bradford, Kerry Mallan, John Stephens, Robyn McCallum.

With a focus on international children's text produced between 1988 and 2006, the authors discuss how utopian and dystopian tropes are pressed into service to project possible futures to child readers say about globalisation, neocolonialism, environmental issues, pressures on families and communities, and the idea of the posthuman.

Clare Bradford, Robyn McCallum, Kerry Mallan. This book demonstrates how contemporary children's texts draw on utopian and dystopian tropes in their projections of possible futures.

Children's & Young Adult Literature Literary Criticism Books. Critical Approaches to Children's Literature (Paperback). Palgrave MacMillan UK.

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John Stephens, Robyn McCallum, Clare Bradford, Kerry Mallan.

John Stephens, Robyn McCallum, Clare Bradford, Kerry Mallan. Department of English. With a focus on international children's text produced between 1988 and 2006, the authors discuss how utopian and dystopian tropes are pressed into service to project possible futures to child readers. The book considers what these texts have to say about globalisation, neocolonialism, environmental issues, pressures on families and communities, and the idea of the posthuman.

This book demonstrates how contemporary children's texts draw on utopian and dystopian tropes in their projections of possible futures. The authors explore the ways in which children's texts respond to social change and global politics. The book argues that children's texts are crucially implicated in shaping the values of their readers.