Are toys becoming more violent...and should we be worried?

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    Original languageEnglish
    Specialist publicationThe Conversation
    Publication statusPublished - 2 Jun 2016

    Keywords

    • toys
    • play
    • violence
    • moral panic
    • Ludic geographies

      Woodyer, T. L., Martin, D. & Carter, S., 2016, Play, recreation, health and wellbeing. Horton, J., Evans, B. & Skelton, T. (eds.). Singapore: Springer, (Geographies of Children and Young People; vol. 9).

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    • Ludic – or playful – geopolitics

      Carter, S., Kirby, P. & Woodyer, T. L., 28 Jan 2016, Children, young people and critical geopolitics. Benwell, M. & Hopkins, P. (eds.). Ashgate Publishing Limited, p. 61-73

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    • Action figures, cultures of militarism and geopolitical logics

      Woodyer, T. L., Jun 2014, London : V&A Museum of Childhood.

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    • More than child’s play? The case for war toys

      Kirby, P., Carter, S. & Woodyer, T. L., Dec 2014, History Today, 64, p. 20-27 8 p.

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    • War games

      Woodyer, T. L., Carter, S. & Dodds, K., Feb 2014, ToyNews, 147, p. 25.

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