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Video Nicies: Rethinking the relationship between video entertainment and children in Britain during the early 1980s
Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television
Published work which addresses video's formative years in Britain typically frames children in one of two ways: either as victims of 'video nasties', or as scapegoats used by social guardians and policymakers to further a profoundly moralistic, censorious, agenda. The centrality of youngsters to this historical moment cannot be denied, but there is much more to be learned about their relationship with video entertainment during the early 1980s. It would be unreasonable to suggest-as somedoi:10.1080/01439685.2016.1239969 fatcat:pnzpateldfftrizbxgkhqy3j5e