- Hello Jared Fascinating subject! Here are some academic papers, which might not be the exact subject but which may help: Science and science fiction in infantMessage 1 of 3 , Feb 27, 2010View SourceHello Jared
Fascinating subject! Here are some academic papers, which might not be the
exact subject but which may help:
"Science and science fiction in infant research"
Chapter in "Clinical and observational psychoanalytic research: roots of a
"Literature and the child" Bernice E. Cullinan, Mary K. Karrer, Arlene M.
Chapter 6) "Fantasy and Science Fiction"
"Science Fiction Aids Science Teaching"
"Science Fiction and Introductory Sociology: The "Handmaid" in the Classroom"
"Using Science Fiction to Teach the Psychology of Sex and Gender"
Hope that's useful!
On Fri, 26 Feb 2010 16:26:29 -0500, you wrote:
>Subj: College Student Writing a Term Paper
>From: Jared Guild <jarsk8er@...>
>Date: Fri, Feb 26, 2010 8:15 am
>My name is Jared Guild and I attend a California college by the name of
>Chapman University (Brandman University) which I am currently in my last
>quarter and will graduate in May with my Bachelors Degree in Liberal
>Studies. I am writing a term paper on the affects of Science Fiction and
>Fantasy books on the imagination of children. I am writing you this email
>because I got your name from an author by the name of Julie E. Czerneda. I
>am looking for information that is in the area of Science Fiction and
>Fantasy with regard to stimulating children's imagination. If you have any
>information that would be useful I am looking for any kind of case study
>that has been done or any publications with regard to my paper. If you
>have any books that have been published with information I could always make a
>trip to a library. If you know of anybody else I should contact who might
>be able to help me out as well that would be appreciated. Thank you for
>your time and any help that you might provide.
>A Young Mind,