Critical content analysis of children's and young adult literature : reframing perspective / edited by Holly Johnson, Janelle Mathis, and Kathy G. Short.

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Published: New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017.
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Table of Contents:
  • Critical content analysis as a research methodology / Kathy G. Short with the Worlds of Words community
  • The critical reading of children's texts : theories, methodologies, and critiques / Clare Bradford
  • Examining displaced youth and immigrant status through critical multicultural analysis / Holly Johnson and Becca Gasiewicz
  • Using intertextuality to unpack representations of immigration in children's literature / Yoo Kyung Sung, Mary L. Fahrenbruck, and Julia López-Robertson
  • When entertainment trumps social concerns : The commodification of Mexican culture and language in Skippyjon Jones / Carmen M. Martinez-Roldán
  • "Having something of their own" : passing on a counter-story about family bonds, racism, and land ownership / Wanda M. Brooks
  • Representations of same sex marriage in children's picture storybooks / Janine M. Schall
  • Re-imagining an alternative life after the Darfur war : writing as emancipatory practice / Vivian Yenika-Agbaw
  • The significance of the arts in literature : understanding social, historical, and cultural events / Janelle Mathis
  • The right to participate : children as activists in picturebooks / Kathy G. Short
  • Blurred lines : the construction of adolescent sexuality in young adult novels / Melissa B. Wilson
  • A poststructural discourse analysis of a novel set in Haiti / Deborah Dimmett
  • Connecting critical context analysis to critical reading in classrooms / Holly Johnson, Janelle Mathis, and Kathy G. Short.