Violence and death in children’s movies

Great podcasts for parents and carers

Wed 16 September 2015

12 mins

Think about the most popular children’s animated movies ever made. Bambi, Finding Nemo, Frozen… what do they all have in common? If you answered death and violence you would be right. So what impact do these themes have on children? And what can parents do to help children who find these themes distressing?

GUEST: Kimberley O Brien, Child Psychologist, Quirky Kid

WEBSITES:
Quirky Kid Clinic
Australian Council on Children and the Media

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