#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, 2007 Burrows, T. Blogs, Wikis, Facebook and More: Everything you want to know about using today’s internet but are afraid to ask Carlton, 2011 Carr-Gregg, Continue Reading →

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Unpublished Sources Manuscripts and Archives Art Department, Imperial War Museum, London Imperial War Museum Poster Database (Only available locally) Original posters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 Churchill Archives Centre, Cambridge CHURCHILL, Sir Winston Leonard Spencer (1874-1965), Chartwell Trust Papers, 1874-1945. (CHAR) House of Lords Record Office, London Hist. Coll .184, Beaverbrook Continue Reading →

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 against this negative and unbalanced view, examining the complex relationship between art and politics, demonstrating how works of art can have a political purpose, and Continue Reading →

Cantwell, J.D. Images of War: British Poster 1939-45 London: HMSO, 1989

The first half of the book contains some illustrations, but is largely text covering a brief history of the Second World War. Cantwell claims that “No British poster of the Second World War had the dramatic impact or the ensuring quality of Kitchener’s ‘Your Country Needs YOU’ in the First.” But many poster slogans have never been forgotten by those who lived through the war years, but most people who DIDN’T live through that time Continue Reading →

Cantwell, J. The Second World War: A Guide to Sources London: PRO, 1998

This book is a really useful source to consider before you visit the Public Record Office on any project, whether personal or academic. If possible, use in conjunction with their online catalogue before you start any research. The book gives a very good idea of what is contained in the PRO, along with factual information about the Ministers of various departments, accompanied by several pages of information about the wartime roles of the various departments Continue Reading →

Campaign: The 100 best posters of the century, 1999

A really fascinating book which considers, as the title says, the 100 best posters of the twentieth century. BUT, who decides what can be considered the ‘best’. The decisions were made by a wide range of people working for some of the most prolific current British advertising agencies. Apparently a lot of time was required to produce a list of the ‘100 best’, but of particular interest to me, studying for a PhD in British Continue Reading →

Bibliography (@ww2poster)

There are many books relevant for this study, and below you will find details of several of the key works. Further information can be found from Amazon, for which you need to click on the book title. See further titles on the project outline. A Aulich, J. & Sylvestrova, M. Political Posters in Central and Eastern Europe 1945-95 1999 B Baburina, N. The Soviet Political Poster, 1917-1980 Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1985 (Out of Print) Balfour, Michael Propaganda in Continue Reading →

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 Change No. 2, Home Propaganda for The Advertising Services Guild, [1942] FR 1, ‘Channels of Publicity’, 11/10/39 FR 2, ‘Government Posters in Wartime’, October 1939 Continue Reading →