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Media Literacy Reference
This chapter focuses on the informal use of popular media by literacy workers to open up new possibilities for building literacy.
Media Literacy Reference
Media collections, policies, and services depend on a number of variables, perhaps the most significant of which is technology. Access should reflect the needs of the current and future user populations rather than the economic or ideological realities of the past. This article presents the results of research and illustrates...
Media Literacy Reference
Conventional television is getting transformed and diversified to adapt to the new requirements and conditions of the new digital contexts. This means deep transformations in the production, distribution and reception systems; in the programs, genres, and contents in general; and in the commercialization channels and financing systems. This work gathers...
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The main goal of this work is to analyze the education of young people about TV in non-Mediterranean European countries, especially devoted to the French community of Belgium. The author analyzes TV educational policy (not only from but also for young people) to help new generations acquire a new kind...
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In this interview, Bernard Stiegler speaks about new relations of technics, milieu and symbolization in the mutation of human potentialities. Forces at work today, such as consumer- or drive-based capitalism, in alliance with new media practices, threaten all life. A libidinal economy that aligns desire to the teleological scope of...
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