Index
Abbott,Grace,94–95,107,121–22,393
n.37
abc network,317–19,353
AcademyAwards,196–97,202
TheAchievingSociety (McClelland),210
Adams,Grace,186–87
Addams,Jane,81–82,400n.45;gov-
ernmentconnections,94–95;role
ofmovies,42;upliftprojects,90,
94–95,121,394–95n.2,395n.8
Adler,Alfred,103
Adorno,Theodor,206,208,242,354
Adventureland,300,305,354
The Adventures of Mr. Ichabod and
Mr.Toad,324
advertising:children’smarket,420
n.34;communicationsresearch,
333–36,350–52;effectsresearch,331–
38,382,420nn.35–36;marketing
massculture,7,34–37;marketre-
search,241,243,331–36,406n.4,406
n.6;opinionresearch,198–201;to
parents,129–34,131f,156–62,157f,
167–72,209f;youthmarket,199–
200,350–52,406nn.5–6,410n.43,
420n.34
AdvertisingandMarketingtoYoungPeople
(Gilbert),350
Aldrich,C.AndersonandMaryM.,
187–89
AliceinWonderland,317,320
AmericanCharacter (Mead),210,212,216,
408n.21
AmericanChildhoods (Illick),12
AmericanCouncilonEducation,192–93
AmericanIdeals (Roosevelt),89–90
AmericanLibraryAssociation,57
TheAmericanPeople (Gorer),210,212–16
AmericanRedCross,57
Ames,LouiseBates,182
Andrus,Ruth,104
animation,29,126–29,423n.6;adult
content,118;combinedwithlive
action,182,248,365;Disney’sin-
ventions,28;metaphorforchild
rearing,120,126–28;metaphorfor
socialengineering,179–80;model
fornaturefilms,238–39;natural
representationsofanimals,178–
82,196–97,226–27,236–41,411
n.56;studyof humanandanimal
behavior,127–29,400n.49
anthropologicalviewsofAmerican
culture,210,212–16,253–60,303,376
AnxiousParents (Stearns),12
Arbuckle,Fatty,48,50–52
ArcticVillage (Marshall),140
Arendt,Hannah,206
Aries,Phillipe,11–12
authorfunction,364–68
TheAuthoritarianPersonality (Adorno
etal.),206
‘‘Avant-GardeandKitsch’’(Greenberg),
207
BabesintheWood,135
BabiesareHumanBeings (Aldrichand
Aldrich),187–89
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