Iconic imagery produced by media are not just registrations for us; they are able to define our worldview without always noticing it.
Some of them are even so powerful that they have become symbols, which are inseparably linked to an event, period or issue. Therefore, our perception is prejudiced. We assemble a worldview that is consistent with what we’ve already experienced what we know from our collective memory.How would these images be interpreted, when you are not aware of the story behind the picture? What remains of these symbolic meanings when children have the opportunity to review these images with an open-minded point of view?