Notes
chapter 1 Introduction
1. On the emergence and cultural import of cross-merchandising, see
Englehardt 1986; for monetary estimates see McNeal 1992; McNeal 1999.
2. Cook 1995; Seiter 1993; Cross 1997, 84–86.
3. Qvortrup 1990; Qvortrup 1987; Qvortrup 1993. On childhood shar-
ing subordinate status with women, Oakley 1993; on children as a minor-
ity category, Oldman 1994.
4. On children’s participation in the creation of space, Holloway and
Valentine 2000; on the use of media, Sara McNamee 1998; Buckingham
2000; Seiter 1999. On children as social actors, James, Jenks and Prout
1998; James 1998. For the ethnographic approach, see Fine 1987; Thorne,
1993; Connally and Ennew 1996; Corsaro 1997; McNamee 1998; Adler
and Adler 1998; and Strandell 2002.
5. On structural approach see Leach 1993a; Leach 1993b; Kline 1993;
Steinberg and Kincheloe 1997; Giroux 2000. On children’s agency and
empowerment, see Seiter 1993; Seiter 1999; MacNamee 1998; and Buck-
ingham 2000. The quotation is from Seiter 1993, 9–10.
6. See, in particular, Zelizer 1985; Zelizer 1994; Parry and Bloch 1989;
Slater 1997; Slater and Tonkiss 2000; Comaro√ and Comaro√ 1997; Car-
rier 1997; and Frank 2000.
7. Kopyto√ 1986.
8. Zelizer 1985.
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