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Media Literacy Reference

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Authors
  • Sneed, D.
  • Wulfemeyer, K. T.
Year
Examines an innovative project as a possible means of introducing media studies into the social sciences. Media studies; Channel one; Suggestions for advancing media literacy; Conclusions of the study.
Media Literacy Reference
Discusses the relevance of using satire in the teaching of media literacy. Nature and pedagogical value of satire; Guidelines for incorporating satire in the classroom; Use of "Mad" magazine in the classroom.
Media Literacy Reference
Presents several video tapes on media literacy. "Killing Us Softly III: Advertising's Imagine of Women," directed, edited and produced by Sut Jhally, featuring Jean Kilbourne; "Dreamworlds II: Desire, Sex, and Power in Music Video," written, edited and produced by Sut Jhally; "Fear and Favor in the Newsroom," directed and produced...
Media Literacy Reference
Proposes a rationale for supporting a growing but formidable national movement that advocates the integration of critical media literacy across the curriculum. Role of the mass media and Internet technologies in shaping individual or national identity; Scope of media literacy education and school reform; Need for critical media literacy education....
Media Literacy Reference
Examines the link between media literacy and Louise Rosenblatt's transactional theory of reading. Definition of reading; Approaches to media literacy; Development of media-related standards as part of language arts curricula.
Media Literacy Reference
Discusses the development of a critical awareness of the hidden curriculum through media literacy. Foundations of critical awareness and media literacy; Process of critical awareness; Challenges of critical awareness.
Media Literacy Reference
Focuses on different lessons to help students enhance their critical-thinking skills by analyzing media-based topics and scenarios related to the war on terrorism. Media treatment of the post-September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the U.S.; Factors which threaten the religion and culture of U.S. citizens; Equation of terrorism with Islam....
Media Literacy Reference
Media messages are increasingly packaged in ways that blur distinctions between genres. The U.S. Army National Guard's recent campaign incorporating rock stars and popular music to appeal to potential recruits exemplifies this trend, as commercials and music videos become one and the same. Given this increasing trend, critical media literacy...
Media Literacy Reference
Social media are at the heart of the daily communications of adolescents. In many cases, however, adolescents are unaware of the consequences of the long-term availability of their online personal information. Given the rising prevalence of online background checks on potential partners, college applicants, and job candidates, online search results...
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