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Media Literacy Reference
What is usually known about television for children are the programmes broadcast. In contrast, the underlying criteria as well as their conditioning factors are largely unknown. This paper aims to unveil the television backstage, presenting and analysing the logics and strategic options that shape the conception, production and broadcasting of...
Media Literacy Reference
This article examines the use of media in the construction of a “new” language for children. We studied how children acquire and use media literacy skills through their engagement in an educational art project. This media literacy project is rooted in the realm of audiovisual media, within which children's sound...
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Firstly, in this paper, we analyze to what extent families, schools and media may be concerned about audiovisual education. Secondly, some contents on audiovisual education are suggested in order to achieve the two main goals proposed: The development of critical viewing and promoting higher quality in audiovisual productions. Finally, we...
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Media studies in Spain have been conspicuous for their discontinuity, slumps, and reductionisms. Educational institutions haven't actually acknowledged the key social role that media and their screens play as agents and role-models in education. Hence that there arises the pressing need to devise a program that co-ordinates and integrates audiovisual...
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Given the importance of new technologies in the classroom, especially in today’s information and communication societies, and following European Union recommendations to promote media literacy, this article reflects the need to educate not only in technical and efficient applications of communication technologies but also in their civic and responsible use,...
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