1925 The Cinema in Education Being the Report of the Psychological INvestigation Conducted by Special Subcommittees Appointed by the Cinema Commission of Enquiry Established by the National Council of Public Morals
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First Edition, Publishers' Original Binding, Uncommon, With Dustwrapper
The first edition of this work, an uncommon title.
An interesting study edited by Sir James Marchant on the influence of cinematography, especially on young people, with the possibilities of its development and with its adaptation to national educational purposes.
In two parts; Part I with the 'Primary Analysis of Essay Material,' 'Rote Memory and Intelligence,' 'Gains and Losses to Film Essays,' a 'Summary of Conclusion,' and the 'Percentage of Gains and Losses.' Part II with the 'Cinema Experiments Sub Committee's Report', 'Educational Films in America, FRance, and Other Countries,' and a 'Memorandum on the Cinema Act, 1909, and the Latest Statutory Regulations.'
With the extremely scarce, unclipped dustwrapper.
In the original publisher's cloth binding. Externally, excellent with only minor shelfwear and a slight bumping to the head and tail of the spine. Inscribed to the front pastedown by a previous owner, undated. The dustwrapper is unclipped and very smart with slight chipping to the head and tail of the spine and shelfwear throughout, as well as a slight sunning to the spine. Internally, firmly bound. Minor faint spotting to the fore edge, not affecting the pages which are very bright and clean.
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