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specialty journal of humanities and cultural science
Volume 2, 2017, Issue 2
Child and Adolescent Literature
Seyed Sajad Hosseini Javaran
Pages: 40-46


Contrary to what we suppose, our times are not a period of childhood, and in fact, today's civilization does not give the child a childhood opportunity until the new era dates back to childhood. The increasing rate of speculation and production of the older people has led the child to enter the production cycle as soon as possible. Also, their fear of the overthrow of the new generation does not undermine the freedom and creative growth of childhood (Eghlidi, Mohammad Ebrahim, 1996). In this context, the importance of child and adolescent literature becomes more apparent in the personality of the child, as an agent for the growth of culture and independence.

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specialty journal of humanities and cultural science
Issue 1, Volume 5, 2020