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Author Frechette, Julie

Title Media Education for a Digital Generation
Published Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2015


Description 1 online resource (322 pages)
Series Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies
Routledge research in cultural and media studies.
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; PART I: Self; 1 The Selfie, Photographic Communication, and Digital Literacy; 2 Shifting Identities through Social Media: Asian American Stereotypes and the Exploration of Comprehensive Media Literacy; 3 Who's Tracking Me?: Investigating and Publicly Documenting the Surveillance Economy Using Lightbeam and Wikipedia; PART II: Social; 4 The New Technology Revolution: Collaborative Efforts between Pediatricians, Schools, and Millennials for Media Education
5 Parenting the Connected Generation: Raising Your Children in a Digital Age6 Rectifying Social Inequalities through Actionable Pathways: How Girl Tech Teaches Young Women of Color to be Film Directors; 7 Social Justice and LGBTQ Communities in the Digital Age: Creating Virtual and Social Affinity Spaces through Media Literacy; PART III: Local; 8 Policy, Participation, and Practice: Assessing Media Literacy in the Digital Age; 9 Digital Divides, Devices, and Destinations for 1:1 Technology Initiatives for U.S. Secondary Education
10 Encouraging Critical Thinking about Cyberbullying: Media Literacy Data from 6th Graders11 The Text and the Image: Media Literacy, Pedagogy, and Generational Divides; PART IV: National; 12 Breaking the Corporate News Frame through Validated Independent News Online; 13 Teaching Digital Literacy and Social Justice at the 1Hood Media Academy: Critical Pedagogy and the Limits of Philanthropy; 14 Fight for Your Copyrights: Mashups, Fair Use, and the Future of Freedom; 15 Humoring Youth into Political Engagement through The Daily Show and The Colbert Report: Satire as Political Critique
16 Back to School: Media Literacy, Graduate Education, and the Digital AgePART V: Global; 17 The Mobile Citizen: How a Media Literate Generation is Reshaping the Global Public Sphere; 18 Digital Literacy, Public History, and FORTEPAN; 19 Tracing the Environmental Impact of Apple: A Case Study of Mobile Technology Production and Consumption; 20 'Mediapting' and Curation: Research Informed Pedagogy for (Digital) Media Education Praxis; Contributors; Index
Notes Print version record
Form Electronic book
Author Williams, Rob
ISBN 9781315682372