|aChildren's films :|bhistory, ideology, pedagogy, theory /|cIan Wojcik-Andrews.
|aNew York :|bGarland Pub.,|c2000.
|axiii, 257 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
|aGarland reference library of the humanities ;|vv. 2165.|aChildren's literature and culture ;|vv. 12
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 241-253), filmography (p. 223-239) and index.
|gPt. 1.|tIntroduction: What Is a Children's Film?|tSome Personal, Pedagogical, Critical, Textual, Institutional, and Cultural Thoughts on Defining a Children's Film --|gPt. 2.|tCriticism: Taking Stock: The Politics of Children's Film Criticism.|tMoral 1910-20s.|tSocial Science 1930s.|tCultural 1950s.|tFeminist 1960s.|tIdeological 1970.|tAdaptation and Film History 1980s.|tMedia Studies.|tCritical Theory, and Beyond 2000 --|gPt. 3.|tHistory.|t1895-1927: The Silent Era and the Beginning of Children's Cinema and Film in America and Britain.|t1930s Children's Cinema and Film: Literary Adaptations, Child Stars, and Censorship.|tWorld War II: Disney, American Film Noir, Italian Neorealism, and French Classicism.|t1960s Children's Cinema and Film History: Feminist Politics and the Death of a Child Star.|tFirst and Third World Children's Cinema: The 1970s and 1980s.|t1990s United States and European Children's Cinema and Film: The Bicycle Thief, Toy Story, and the End of Children's Cinema --|gPt. 4.|tIdeology.