#DigitalParenting Bibliography

Always important to survey the field before committing further words to paper, so here's the initial list of texts: Anderson, J. Cyberbullying: The Truth Behind the Shocking New Internet Trends Amazon, 2012 Buckingham, D. Youth, Identity & Digital Culture MIT Press, 2008 Buckingham, D. Beyond Technology: Children's Learning in the Age of Digital Culture Polity,…

Bibliography

Unpublished Sources Manuscripts and Archives Art Department, Imperial War Museum, London Imperial War Museum Poster Database (Only available locally) Original posters Scrapbooks of newspaper cuttings: Abram Games, Artist ; ATS Glamour Girl History, 1939-1985; Edwin Embleton, Studio Director, Ministry of Information (1939-1947); F.H.K. Henrion, Artist ; Kenneth Bird (Fougasse), Artist…

Clark, T. Art and Propaganda London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1997

Aimed largely at the undergraduate market (unfortunately un-referenced), the book beings with a brief discussion of the connotations of the word 'propaganda': "For some 'propaganda art' is a contradiction in terms: 'propaganda' suggests government-sponsored censorship, intimidation and deception, while 'art' implies the pursuit of beauty, truth and freedom." Clark argues…

Bibliography and Sources

Primary Sources Imperial War Museum, London Scrapbooks entitled 'Ministry of Information', kept by E. Embleton, 1939- 1946, containing various newspaper clippings (many unsourced and undated). Collection of newspaper cuttings entitled 'ATS Glamour Girl, History 1939-85' by Abram Games OBE, RDI. Selection of original posters Mass Observation Archives, University of Sussex…