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How media literacy is defined: A review
Unformatted Document Text:  20 Buckingham, D. (1990). Making it explicit: Towards a theory of media learning. In D. Buckingham (Ed.), Watching media learning: Making sense of media education (pp.215-230). London: Palmer Press. Buckingham, D. (1993). Children talking television: The making of television literacy. London: The Palmer Press. Buckingham, D. (1998). Media education in the UK: Moving beyond protectionism. Journal of communication, 48(1), 33-43. Buckingham, D., Fraser, P., & Mayman, N. (1990). Stepping into the void: Beginning classroom research in media education. In D. Buckingham (Ed.), Watching media learning: Making sense of media education (pp.19-59). London: Palmer Press. Buckingham, D & Sefton-Green, J. (1997). Multimedia education: Media literacy in the age of digital culture. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information age. Current perspectives: Information and behavior (vol.6, pp.285-305). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. Collins, J. (1998). Media education in Northern Ireland. In A. Hart (Ed.), Teaching the media: International perspectives (pp.57-77). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Considine, D. (1997). Media literacy: A compelling component of school reform and restructuring. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information age. Current perspectives: Information and behavior (vol.6, pp.243-262 ). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. Criticos, C. (1997). Media education for a critical citizenry in South Africa. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information age. Current perspectives: Information and behavior (Vol.6, pp.229-240). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. Davies, M.M. (1997). Making media literate : Educating future media workers at the undergraduate level. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information age. Current perspectives: Information and behavior (Vol.6, pp.263-284). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. Davison, J. (1992). Theory in practice: Learning media concepts through practical work. In C. Bazalgette, E. Bevort, & J. Savino (Eds.), New Directions: Media education worldwide (pp.26-30). London: British Film Institute. Desimoni, C. (1992). Breaking new ground: experimental work in the canton of Vaud. In C. Bazalgette, E. Bevort, & J. Savino (Eds.), New Directions: Media education worldwide (pp.31-41). London: British Film Institute. Desmond, J.D., & Jeffries-Fox, S. (1983). Elevating children’s awareness of television advertising: the effects of a critical viewing program. Communication education, 32,107-115. Desmond, R. (1997). Media literacy in the home: Acquisition versus deficit models. . In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information age. Current perspectives: Information and behavior (Vol.6, pp.323- 343). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. Dorr, A. (1983). No shortcuts to judging reality. In J. Bryant & D.R. Anderson (Eds.), Children’s understanding of television: Research on attention and comprehension (pp.199-220). New York: Academic Press Dorr, A., Browne Graves, S., & Philips, E. (1980). Television literacy for young children. Journal of communication, 30(3), 71-83. Feshbach, S., Feshbach, N.D., & Cohen, S.E. (1982). Enhancing children’s discrimination in response to television advertising: The effects of psychoeducational training in two elementary school-age groups. Developmental Review, 2, 385-403. Gaudard, M., & Theveniaut, O. (1992).The Polaroid test: An educational action project with young children. In C. Bazalgette, E. Bevort, & J. Savino (Eds.), New Directions: Media education worldwide (pp.10-12). London: Britisch Film Institute.

Authors: Rosenbaum, Judith.
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Buckingham, D. (1990). Making it explicit: Towards a theory of media learning. In D.
Buckingham (Ed.), Watching media learning: Making sense of media education
(pp.215-230). London: Palmer Press.
Buckingham, D. (1993). Children talking television: The making of television literacy.
London: The Palmer Press.
Buckingham, D. (1998). Media education in the UK: Moving beyond protectionism. Journal
of communication, 48(1), 33-43.
Buckingham, D., Fraser, P., & Mayman, N. (1990). Stepping into the void: Beginning
classroom research in media education. In D. Buckingham (Ed.), Watching media
learning: Making sense of media education
(pp.19-59). London: Palmer Press.
Buckingham, D & Sefton-Green, J. (1997). Multimedia education: Media literacy in the age
of digital culture. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information age. Current
perspectives: Information and behavior
(vol.6, pp.285-305). New Brunswick, NJ:
Transaction.
Collins, J. (1998). Media education in Northern Ireland. In A. Hart (Ed.), Teaching the media:
International perspectives (pp.57-77). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Considine, D. (1997). Media literacy: A compelling component of school reform and
restructuring. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information age. Current
perspectives: Information and behavior
(vol.6, pp.243-262 ). New Brunswick, NJ:
Transaction.
Criticos, C. (1997). Media education for a critical citizenry in South Africa. In R. Kubey
(Ed.), Media literacy in the information age. Current perspectives: Information and
behavior
(Vol.6, pp.229-240). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.
Davies, M.M. (1997). Making media literate : Educating future media workers at the
undergraduate level. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information age. Current
perspectives: Information and behavior
(Vol.6, pp.263-284). New Brunswick, NJ:
Transaction.
Davison, J. (1992). Theory in practice: Learning media concepts through practical work. In C.
Bazalgette, E. Bevort, & J. Savino (Eds.), New Directions: Media education
worldwide
(pp.26-30). London: British Film Institute.
Desimoni, C. (1992). Breaking new ground: experimental work in the canton of Vaud. In C.
Bazalgette, E. Bevort, & J. Savino (Eds.), New Directions: Media education
worldwide
(pp.31-41). London: British Film Institute.
Desmond, J.D., & Jeffries-Fox, S. (1983). Elevating children’s awareness of television
advertising: the effects of a critical viewing program. Communication education, 32,
107-115.
Desmond, R. (1997). Media literacy in the home: Acquisition versus deficit models. . In R.
Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information age. Current perspectives: Information
and behavior
(Vol.6, pp.323- 343). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.
Dorr, A. (1983). No shortcuts to judging reality. In J. Bryant & D.R. Anderson (Eds.),
Children’s understanding of television: Research on attention and comprehension
(pp.199-220). New York: Academic Press
Dorr, A., Browne Graves, S., & Philips, E. (1980). Television literacy for young children.
Journal of communication, 30(3), 71-83.
Feshbach, S., Feshbach, N.D., & Cohen, S.E. (1982). Enhancing children’s discrimination in
response to television advertising: The effects of psychoeducational training in two
elementary school-age groups. Developmental Review, 2, 385-403.
Gaudard, M., & Theveniaut, O. (1992).The Polaroid test: An educational action project with
young children. In C. Bazalgette, E. Bevort, & J. Savino (Eds.), New Directions:
Media education worldwide
(pp.10-12). London: Britisch Film Institute.


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