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The Resource Imagining Sameness and Difference in Children's Literature : From the Enlightenment to the Present Day, (electronic book)

Imagining Sameness and Difference in Children's Literature : From the Enlightenment to the Present Day, (electronic book)

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Imagining Sameness and Difference in Children's Literature : From the Enlightenment to the Present Day
Title
Imagining Sameness and Difference in Children's Literature
Title remainder
From the Enlightenment to the Present Day
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
YDX
Dewey number
809.89282
Index
no index present
LC call number
PN1009.A1
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
Critical Approaches to Children's Literature
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  • Children's literature
  • Children''s literature
Label
Imagining Sameness and Difference in Children's Literature : From the Enlightenment to the Present Day, (electronic book)
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Contents
  • Imagining Sameness and Difference in Children's Literature; Acknowledgement; Contents; List of Figures; 1 Sameness and Difference in Children's Literature: An Introduction; Mapping Parameters; Shifting between Macro- and Microcosms; Identity and Difference in Children's Literature; Representation; Who Is Seeing?; What (or Who) Is Seen?; How Are They Represented?; Why Are They Represented that Way?; Audience; Media, Forms, and Genres; The Chapters; Ethnography on Display; Internationalism and Tolerance; Constructing Self and Nation; Notes; References; Primary Sources; Secondary Sources
  • Part I Ethnography on Display2 Learning to See: Eighteenth-Century Children's Prints and the Discourse of Othering; Print Genres and the Acquisition of Images; National Stereotypes in Eighteenth-Century Prints; Othering in Children's Popular Prints: Food, Politics, and Gender; Contrast as Compositional Technique; The German as the English Alter Ego; Conclusion; Notes; References; Primary Sources; Secondary Sources; 3 Picturing the World for Children: Early Nineteenth-Century Images of Foreign Nations; The Portrayal of Foreign Nations for Children; Learning Geography with the Rudiment Box
  • Costumes of Nations for Infant SchoolsContrasting Pairs of Images; Conclusion: Contesting the Images; Notes; References; Primary Sources; Secondary Sources; 4 Figuring the World: Representing Children's Encounters with Other Peoples at the Great Exhibition of 1851; Overseas Visitors; Dolls and the Miniature; Anthropology and Genealogy; Concluding Remarks; Notes; References; Primary Sources; Other Children's Books; Secondary Sources; 5 Imagining the World in Bavarian Children's Books: Place and Other as Engineered by Lothar Meggendorfer; Notes; References; Primary Sources; Secondary Sources
  • Part II Internationalism and Tolerance6 Imagining Equality: The Emergence of the Ideas of Tolerance, Universalism, and Human Rights in Danish Magazines for Children, 1750-1800; Danish Society around 1770; Danish Children's Literature around 1770; The Transformative Power of Fiction; Universalism and Tolerance in Avis for Børn; The Cruelty of Slavery Explained to Children; A "Reformatory" Medium in the Widest Sense of the Word?; Conclusion; Notes; References; Primary Sources; Secondary Sources
  • 7 An Anthropologist Shows Girls a World of Difference: Louis-François Jauffret's Géographie dramatiqueJauffret, "the Friend of Children"; Geography for Girls; National Rivalries and Repartee; In the Eye of the Beholder; A Young Reader's Response; Geography and Global Commerce; Notes; References; Primary Sources; Secondary Sources; 8 Information or Exoticization? Constructing Religious Difference in Children's Information Books; Constructing Difference on the Paratextual Level; The Imagological Potential of Text-Image Strategies; Contextualizing the Actors; Forms of Christian Self-Awareness
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unknown
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1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137461681
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Imagining Sameness and Difference in Children's Literature : From the Enlightenment to the Present Day, (electronic book)
Publication
Contents
  • Imagining Sameness and Difference in Children's Literature; Acknowledgement; Contents; List of Figures; 1 Sameness and Difference in Children's Literature: An Introduction; Mapping Parameters; Shifting between Macro- and Microcosms; Identity and Difference in Children's Literature; Representation; Who Is Seeing?; What (or Who) Is Seen?; How Are They Represented?; Why Are They Represented that Way?; Audience; Media, Forms, and Genres; The Chapters; Ethnography on Display; Internationalism and Tolerance; Constructing Self and Nation; Notes; References; Primary Sources; Secondary Sources
  • Part I Ethnography on Display2 Learning to See: Eighteenth-Century Children's Prints and the Discourse of Othering; Print Genres and the Acquisition of Images; National Stereotypes in Eighteenth-Century Prints; Othering in Children's Popular Prints: Food, Politics, and Gender; Contrast as Compositional Technique; The German as the English Alter Ego; Conclusion; Notes; References; Primary Sources; Secondary Sources; 3 Picturing the World for Children: Early Nineteenth-Century Images of Foreign Nations; The Portrayal of Foreign Nations for Children; Learning Geography with the Rudiment Box
  • Costumes of Nations for Infant SchoolsContrasting Pairs of Images; Conclusion: Contesting the Images; Notes; References; Primary Sources; Secondary Sources; 4 Figuring the World: Representing Children's Encounters with Other Peoples at the Great Exhibition of 1851; Overseas Visitors; Dolls and the Miniature; Anthropology and Genealogy; Concluding Remarks; Notes; References; Primary Sources; Other Children's Books; Secondary Sources; 5 Imagining the World in Bavarian Children's Books: Place and Other as Engineered by Lothar Meggendorfer; Notes; References; Primary Sources; Secondary Sources
  • Part II Internationalism and Tolerance6 Imagining Equality: The Emergence of the Ideas of Tolerance, Universalism, and Human Rights in Danish Magazines for Children, 1750-1800; Danish Society around 1770; Danish Children's Literature around 1770; The Transformative Power of Fiction; Universalism and Tolerance in Avis for Børn; The Cruelty of Slavery Explained to Children; A "Reformatory" Medium in the Widest Sense of the Word?; Conclusion; Notes; References; Primary Sources; Secondary Sources
  • 7 An Anthropologist Shows Girls a World of Difference: Louis-François Jauffret's Géographie dramatiqueJauffret, "the Friend of Children"; Geography for Girls; National Rivalries and Repartee; In the Eye of the Beholder; A Young Reader's Response; Geography and Global Commerce; Notes; References; Primary Sources; Secondary Sources; 8 Information or Exoticization? Constructing Religious Difference in Children's Information Books; Constructing Difference on the Paratextual Level; The Imagological Potential of Text-Image Strategies; Contextualizing the Actors; Forms of Christian Self-Awareness
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781137461681
Specific material designation
remote

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