Childrens Right’s as Human Rights in Popular Culture: do studies change things?

I am considering starting a study of Childrens Right’s as Human Rights in Popular Culture:

1. Astérix en Hispanie (le quatorzième album de la série)
et Astérix : Le Domaine des dieux
2. Sihirli Annem (esp. ep. 45 or 46?)
3. Harry Potter

With focus = ways that these shows empower kids to collaborate in preventing the abuse of others, and showing/understanding how this aid affects future adults ?

If such research has not yet been done,
I need to search the background literature (will need journal access via university libraries) and then figure out a methodology -a simple one like case studies.

But what would such a study add to the body of knowledge, and more importantly, to policy decision-making?
ShiraDest

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2 thoughts on “Childrens Right’s as Human Rights in Popular Culture: do studies change things?

  1. In the world of politics and financial power, knowledge in and of itself will not create change. Learning to communicate the message and growing a grass root network that diplomatically addresses the issues has a better chance of success. I wish you all the success on your venture.

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