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Media Literacy Reference
This ethnographic-style article chronicles the author's experiences teaching fourth-grade students media literacy. The 4-day lesson plan combined persuasive techniques articulated by Aristotle and media aesthetics as well as the creation of a "television commercial" to enable the students to become more critical media consumers and gain better media literacy skills....
Media Literacy Reference
Objective: To evaluate whether a media literacy nutrition education curriculum about the effects of television advertising on children’s food choices influenced the behavior, attitudes, and knowledge of Head Start parents.Subjects: Participants were a convenience sample of 35 parents from Head Start programs.Design: This study used a pretest-posttest, comparison condition-intervention condition...
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...
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