Children’s Literature and the social construction of ideas of family posted on 27 Mar 2016
We present an essay by Catherine Bardell , a student at Newman University, who looks at how ideas of family are constructed in children's books
Barry Hines: The unmade screen plays posted on 23 Mar 2016
"Barry Hines: The unmade screen plays" by Professor Sue Vice is made available here by kind permission of the author.
Angela Brazil and Enid Blyton’s School Girl Stories: their appeal to children posted on 21 Mar 2016
A 2016 research paper by Lydia Court, a student studying at Newman University, Birmingham.
Men and books: narratives of desire posted on 10 Mar 2016
The University of Cambridge webpage has an interesting piece of research that accompanied a conference that took place in 2014
Book Lovers, Bibliophiles, and Fetishists: The Social Benefits of Heavy Book Usage. posted on 10 Mar 2016
This study examines the motivation behind heavy book usage, which is a rarely researched form of extreme media usage.
Book Trust Research: Families embrace digital technology but children prefer print books to e-books posted on 11 Feb 2016
Families embrace digital technology but children prefer print books to e-books
What Reading Does for the Mind posted on 10 Feb 2016
What Reading Does for the Mind by ANNE E. CUNNINGHAM and KEITH E. STANOVICH
Comparative phylogenetic analyses uncover the ancient roots of Indo-European folktales posted on 21 Jan 2016
Ancient population expansions and dispersals often leave enduring signatures in the cultural traditions of their descendants, as well as in their genes and
Why Study About Children's Literature? posted on 06 Jan 2016
This piece of research is concerned with what a group of second year undergraduate students on an Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) degree course
For the Good Old Cause: trade unionism, the Communist Party of Great Britain and the post-war novel 1950-1965 posted on 11 Dec 2015
It is... no co-incidence that depictions of trade unions and trade unionism in British novels written following the end of World War Two are dominated by .