2018
DOI: 10.31686/ijier.vol6.iss10.1186
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Representation of Black Men and Women Characters in Children's Literature

Abstract: This article is the result of a doctoral research and from the reflections and researches developed by the Social Pedagogy Group. The main objective is to analyze the discourses carried in children's literature from a post-structuralist perspective and some notes by Foucault on the articulation between discourse, power, and knowledge. For the analysis and understanding of the speeches and the textual and iconographic forms conveyed on the black and black characters, we use children's works produced after the p… Show more

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