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Critical media literacy is not an option
This article explores the theoretical underpinnings of critical media literacy and analyzes four different approaches to teaching it. Combining cultural studies with critical pedagogy, we argue thatExpand
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Media Literacy is Elementary: Teaching Youth to Critically Read and Create Media
  • J. Share
  • Political Science
  • 4 December 2008
Contents: Teaching the Media: Competing Approaches, Media - Activism, and Core Concepts of Critical Media Literacy - Critical Media Literacy Is Not an Option: Overview of Media Education in the U.S.Expand
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Critical Media Literacy: Crucial Policy Choices for a Twenty-First-Century Democracy
The concept of critical media literacy expands the notion of literacy to include different forms of mass communication and popular culture, as well as deepens the potential of literacy education toExpand
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Critical Media Literacy as Transformative Pedagogy
This chapter provides a theoretical framework of critical media literacy (CML) pedagogy and examples of practical implementation in K-12 and teacher education. It begins with a brief discussion ofExpand
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A New Direction for Multiple Literacy Education.
A broader view of literacy has emerged as part of the larger debate about educational reform across the globe. Many now argue that availing children with additional skills in technological and mediaExpand
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Media Literacy in the US
Media literacy education is not as advanced in the US as in several other English-speaking areas such as Great Britain, Canada, and Australia. Despite decades of struggle since the 1970s byExpand
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Critical Media Education and Radical Democracy
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Transforming Teaching and Learning Through Critical Media Literacy Pedagogy
This article provides a framework and examples for critical media literacy pedagogy. Expand
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Media Literacy is Elementary
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