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Title Watching media learning : making sense of media education / edited by David Buckingham
Published London ; New York : Falmer, 1990


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Description viii, 234 pages ; 25 cm
Contents Media education : from pedagogy to practice / David Buckingham -- Stepping into the void : beginning classroom research in media education / David Buckingham, Pete Fraser, Netia Mayman -- How do teachers and students talk about television? / Pete Fraser -- Redefining creativity : extended project work in GCSE media studies / Roy Stafford -- Playtime : learning about media institutions through practical work / Jenny Grahame -- Teaching and learning about representation : culture and The Cosby show in a North London comprehensive / Julian Sefton-Green -- Intervening in popular pleasures : media studies and the politics of subjectivity / Chris Richards -- Implementing a media education policy across the curriculum / Jocelyn Robson, Jonathan Simmons, Martin Sohn-Rethel -- Teaching the text : English and media studies / Andy Freedman -- Making it explicit : towards a theory of media learning / David Buckingham
Analysis Great Britain Educational institutions Curriculum subjects: Mass media
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 227-230
Subject Mass media in education -- Great Britain.
Television in education -- Great Britain.
Author Buckingham, David, 1954-
LC no. 90032215
ISBN 1850006520 (alk. paper)
1850006539 (alk. paper : pbk.)