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Media Education: Literacy, Learning and Contemporary Culture
Preface and Acknowledgments. Part I: Rationales:. 1. Why Teach the Media?. 2. New Media Childhoods. 3. Media Literacies. Part II: The State of the Art:. 4. Defining the Field. 5. ClassroomExpand
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Youth, Identity, and Digital Media
As young people today grow up in a world saturated with digital media, how does it affect their sense of self and others? As they define and redefine their identities through engagements withExpand
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`Creative' visual methods in media research: possibilities, problems and proposals
In recent years, there has been growing interest in the potential of so-called ‘creative’ methods in media research, and in social research more broadly. While some of this work has employedExpand
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Defining digital literacy – What do young people need to know about digital media?
This article offers a rationale for the notion of «digital literacy» in education. Expand
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Children Talking Television: The Making Of Television Literacy
What are words worth? interpreting children's talk about television family viewing - text and context retelling stories - versions of narrative the self and others - reading television people beyondExpand
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After the Death of Childhood: Growing Up in the Age of Electronic Media
Introduction. 1. In Search of the Child. Part I:. 2. The Death of Childhood. 3. The Electronic Generation. Part II:. 4. Changing Childhoods. 5. Changing Media. 6. Changing Paradigms. Part III:. 7.Expand
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Digital Media Literacies: Rethinking Media Education in the Age of the Internet
This article considers how media educators can respond to the new challenges and opportunities of the Internet, and of digital media more broadly. It begins by exploring the value and limitations ofExpand
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Media Education in the UK: Moving Beyond Protectionism
In this essay I describe the history of media education in the UK, tracing its evolution from its Leavisite origins, through the advent of cultural studies to the more explicitly political approachesExpand
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The media literacy of children and young people: a review of the research literature
Ofcom The media literacy of children and young people Preface Ofcom is the independent regulator for the UK communications industry. As part of Ofcom's work to promote media literacy we plan toExpand
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Media Education and the End of the Critical Consumer
In this article, David Buckingham addresses the challenges media educators face in dealing with postmodern media culture. Buckingham begins by outlining the nature of contemporary developments inExpand
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