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The current UK debate on Computing in schools is driven by a specific issue: what should form the basis of a modern Computing education. It’s a perfect storm that has been brewing for some time, but the recent comments of Eric Schmidt, the chairman of Google, have moved it into...
Media Literacy Reference
The research in this article examines audience responses to a range of factual and reality genres. It takes as a starting point that television audiences do not experience news or documentary or reality TV in isolation but as part of a range of factual and reality programmes. Factual and reality...
Media Literacy Reference
Presents historical information on the evolution of media education in the United Kingdom, and its emergence beyond protectionism. Comparison of media education in the United States and Britain; Analysis of the book entitled 'Culture and Environment: The Training of Critical Awareness'; Examination of discussions on teaching and learning in media...
Media Literacy Reference
This research, undertaken in a high school in the United Kingdom, focuses on the views of year 8 students who were asked to reflect on their use of information literacy skills when completing an English assignment. Students completed a diary during the assignment, and a semi-structured interview was carried out...
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The Models of Media Education research project in England explored major issues about the aims and methods of media teaching among teachers of English. Its central research question was ‘What are teachers of English doing when they say they are doing Media Education at Key Stage 4 (age 14-16) in...
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The author presents a global perspective on the reasons why television is regulated, the mechanisms used for regulation, and what regulation covers, particularly its cultural purposes. The author concludes with suggestions about how this might change as nations move to wards a converged, digital future, including an increased role for...
Media Literacy Reference
In 2007, the British media regulator Office of Communications (Ofcom) began to implement new restrictions on the television advertising of food and drink products to children, as part of the government's broader attempts to combat child obesity. This is the second of two linked articles that explore the issues at...
Media Literacy Reference
The article reports on a case study that highlights difficulties in coordinating the cross-media publication and broadcasting of crime fiction in the early 1930s in UK. The author discusses the emerging practice in relation to media publishing and copyright issues. During this period, the media related professional bodies played a...
Media Literacy Reference
The article discusses how the law or other extra-legal approaches can be incorporated in the growing trend of sexual grooming of children. It examines various factors that stimulate child sexual exploitation including live-time communication, cellular telephones, and digital media such as the Internet. It also talks about the concept of...
Media Literacy Reference
Library services for blind and visually impaired people (VIPs) have been inextricably tied up with alternative format production, which has never risen above 4 percent of standard-text publishing. The impact of digital publishing has been modest on Braille, modified print and audio; this partly results from production methods but also...
Media Literacy Reference
Discusses initiatives to promote media literacy in children in Great Britain and Europe. Overview of the debate on the issue of advertising and promotion to children; Arguments against advertising to children; Proposals for global and regional restrictions on the advertising of certain food products; Regulation and self-regulation; Political support for...
Media Literacy Reference
Focuses on the debate over the promotion of foods to children in Great Britain. Regulatory framework on children's advertising; Food Standards Agency's Action Plan on Food Labelling; Question of whether to ban children's advertising; Details of a Media Literacy initiative targeted at children.
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