Barbara Tizard reviews research on children's understanding of nuclear war. She outlines and critiques studies from the United States and Europe and draws on research about children in contemporary wartime areas. Tizard suggests that educators and researchers have yet to understand the factors influencing children's attitudes, anxieties, and knowledge of nuclear war. They are just beginning to look at the various teaching methods and to determine their effects on children.

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