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Reflections Magazine : Reflections Magazine Issue 55 Winter 2014
The theoretical backdrop We all understand that children use play to develop their understandings about the world in which they live, but what happens when the 'thing' that children are striving to understand is violence? In our society, children are exposed to violence, pretend and real, through coverage of international conflicts, stylised media violence and sometimes conflict within the home. As early childhood educators, we understand that play is the most likely tool through which children will strive to make sense of violence (Levin, 2003). The Possibilities of Superhero Play Teena Piccini Kindergarten Teacher Warry Street Child Centre, Brisbane 14
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