Reading Visual Narratives: Image Analysis of Children’s Picture Books Clare Painter, J. R. Martin and Len Unsworth
Keywords:Children's Picture Books, Image Analysis, Systemic-Functional Theory, Social Semiotics, Multimodal Discourse Analysis, Narrative
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