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Media literacy education. Nordic perspectives

Ulla Carlsson (Nordicom (-2012))
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Bok, med redaktör
Nordicom, Göteborgs universitet
Sammanfattning (abstract):
Digital culture offers different relationships with media to the ones that have existed earlier. Globally, enhancing media literacy is related to aspects of Human Rights, especially to the Rights of the Child. During recent years, there have been important policy efforts for developing media literacy education around the world. This publication belongs to an effort bringing the Nordic studies on media literacy education in a global sight. Current definitions of media literacy and evaluations of educational case studies are presented in the form of thirteen articles written by Nordic academic experts. The articles present, for example, discussions on media literacies in a historical and cultural context and the construction of media literacy as a civic competence. Moreover, texts on educational case studies discuss instructional issues but deal with classroom research and curricular issues as well. This book in published in cooperation with the Finnish Society on Media Education Contents: Introduction. Insights to Nordic research on media literacies (Sirkku Kotilainen & Sol-Britt Arnolds-Granlund). Part I. Children, young people and media literacies: Media literacy and education. The past, present and future (Ola Erstad), Children and young people in a changing media environment: Some challenges (Ingunn Hagen), Conceptual considerations in media education (Sol-Britt Arnolds-Granlund), Media literacy as a focal practice (Reijo Kupiainen & Sara Sintonen), and Constructing media literacy as a civic competence (Niina Uusitalo). Part II. Media literacy education – developments in the Nordic countries: Civic media education supports a public voice for youths (Sirkku Kotilainen & Leena Rantala), Mapping filmmaking across contexts. Portraits of four young filmmakers in Scandinavia (Øystein Gilje, Lisbeth Frølunde, Fredrik Lindstrand & Lisa Öhman-Gullberg), Media education – between theory and practice (Ole Christensen & Birgitte Tufte), Creativity in media education. Merging different mindsets (Stefán Jökulsson), Media literacy in the Estonian national curriculum (Kadri Ugur & Halliki Harro-Loit), Teachers using an expanded text concept and media pedagogy for children with dyslexia (Karin Forsling), Finnish media education and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. What did we learn on the crossing borders project? (Mari Maasilta), and Global mediagraphy. A teaching method in media education (Soilikki Vettenranta). Final words: Future sights: International media literacy education. A Nordic viewpoint (Per Lundgren).
Ämne (baseras på Högskoleverkets indelning av forskningsämnen):
Medie- och kommunikationsvetenskap
media literacy, education, children, young people, youth
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2011-04-05 16:23

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