About this title: In this thought-provoking volume, renowned child psychiatrist Robert Coles, author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Children in Crisis", offers a penetrating look into the nature of documentary work. Utilizing the documentaries of writers, photographers, and others, Coles shows how their prose and pictures are influenced by the "observer's" frame of reference: their social and educational background, personal morals, and political beliefs. 18 illustrations.
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