So I'm also collecting a number of stories online, etc. Ofcom - Children & Parents - media use & attitudes report, 2012 Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre: http://www.ceop.police.uk, especially http://www.thinkuknow.co.uk GetNetWise http://kids.getnetwise.org/safetyguide/danger/ (actively developed til 2008) Safer Media for a Safer Society: http://www.safermedia.org.uk/welcome.htm Safety Net: Protecting out Children’s Innocence Online: http://www.safetynet.org.uk, particularly http://www.safetynet.org.uk/toptips.php The UK Council for Child Internet Safety: http://www.education.gov.uk/ukccis Vodafone Parents: http://www.vodafone.com/parents Pan European Game Information (Games rating) Amanda Paulson The Christian Science…
University of Brighton Libraries . St Peter's House contains many relevant books and back-issues of many journals. The most useful I found was 'Art and Industry', a contemporary journal, which includes many articles about the posters produced during the war. http://prism.brighton.ac.uk/TalisPrism/browseResults.do?&expandedWorkID=0.0&browse_action=9057&rootRSetId=1265d06e27400000&browse_RootRSetId=1265d06e27400000&displayRowPath=0&pageSize=10&menuBarTag=search&displaySearchAsText=false&openRowPathSet=0:0A
Wow, I like the way this catalogue is set up, with the options to discover related information via a mind-map - I wonder how useful that actually is! I spent a lot of time in the Library at the University of Sussex, especially in the Mass-Observation Archives.
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