Trash: literature, education and political correction

Trash, a novel by Andy Mulligan, was banned from the Blue Peter Book Awards in 2010 given that its organizers determined some of its content was violent and inappropriate for the younger readers. The decision poses a constant issue: ¿is there an evil literature that conveys violence into its readers...

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Autor principal: Díaz, Gustavo Bernal
Formato: Artículo revista
Lenguaje:Español
Publicado: Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo 2021
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spelling I11-R103article-55482022-02-17T06:06:50Z Trash: literature, education and political correction Trash: literatura, educación y corrección política Díaz, Gustavo Bernal Andy Mulligan Trash literatura infantil dilemas morales Andy Mulligan Trash literature for children moral dilemmas Trash, a novel by Andy Mulligan, was banned from the Blue Peter Book Awards in 2010 given that its organizers determined some of its content was violent and inappropriate for the younger readers. The decision poses a constant issue: ¿is there an evil literature that conveys violence into its readers? Banning the novel entails and merges two tendencies (or gestures) in one: protecting childhood by preventing it from exposure to the dark zones of human society: protection by cancelation of reality. The dynamics of these awards let us see that infancy may be subject of consumption before subject of knowledge. Trash, novela del autor inglés Andy Mulligan, fue vetada de los Blue Peter Book Awards en el año 2010 debido a que sus organizadores determinaron que parte de su contenido era violento e inapropiado para sus audiencias más jóvenes. La decisión plantea una cuestión constante: ¿existe una perversa literatura que inocule en sus lectores la violencia? Vetar a la novela entraña y confunde dos tendencias (gestos) en una, proteger a la infancia impidiendo su exposición a zonas oscuras de la sociedad humana: protección por anulamiento de la realidad. La dinámica de estos premios deja ver que la infancia puede ser sujeto de consumo antes que de conocimiento. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo 2021-12-31 info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion Artículo evaluado por pares application/pdf https://revistas.uncu.edu.ar/ojs3/index.php/boletingec/article/view/5548 10.48162/rev.43.010 Boletín GEC; Núm. 28 (2021): Miscelánea; 81-93 2618-334X 1515-6117 spa https://revistas.uncu.edu.ar/ojs3/index.php/boletingec/article/view/5548/4268 Derechos de autor 2021 Gustavo Bernal Díaz http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0
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Trash
literatura infantil
dilemas morales
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Trash
literature for children
moral dilemmas
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Trash
literatura infantil
dilemas morales
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literature for children
moral dilemmas
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Trash: literature, education and political correction
topic_facet Andy Mulligan
Trash
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dilemas morales
Andy Mulligan
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moral dilemmas
author Díaz, Gustavo Bernal
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title Trash: literature, education and political correction
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description Trash, a novel by Andy Mulligan, was banned from the Blue Peter Book Awards in 2010 given that its organizers determined some of its content was violent and inappropriate for the younger readers. The decision poses a constant issue: ¿is there an evil literature that conveys violence into its readers? Banning the novel entails and merges two tendencies (or gestures) in one: protecting childhood by preventing it from exposure to the dark zones of human society: protection by cancelation of reality. The dynamics of these awards let us see that infancy may be subject of consumption before subject of knowledge.
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