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How media literacy is defined: A review
Unformatted Document Text:  21 Greenaway, P. (1997). Media and arts education: A global view from Australia. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information ag. Current perspectives: Information and behavior (Vol.6, pp.187-198). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. Hart, A. (1998). Conclusion: Paradigms revisited. In A. Hart (Ed.), Teaching the media: International perspectives (pp.169-196). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Hobbs, R. (1997). Expanding the concept of literacy. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information age. Current perspectives: Information and behavior (vol.6, pp. 163-183). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. Hobbs, R. (1998a). Democracy at risk: Building citizenship skills through media education. In M. Salvador & P. Sias (Eds.), The public voice in a democracy at risk (pp.57-76). Westport, CT: Praeger. Hobbs, R. (1998b). Literacy in the information age. In J. flood, D. Lapp, & S. Brice Heath (Eds.), Handbook of research on teaching literacy through the communicative and visual arts (pp.7-14). New York: MacMillan. Hobbs, R. (1998d). The seven great debates in the media literacy movement. Journal of Communication, 48(1), 9-29. Hobbs, R., & Frost, R. (1998). Instructional practices in media literacy education and their impact on students’ learning. New Jersey journal of communication, 6(2), 123-148. Hobbs, R., Frost, R., Davis, A., & Stauffer, J. (1988). How first-time viewers comprehend editing conventions. Journal of Communication, 38(4), 50-60. Huesmann, L.R., Eron, L.D., Klein, R., Brice, P., & Fischer, P. (1983). Mitigating the imitation of aggressive behavior by changing children’s attitudes about media violence. Journal of personality and social psychology, 44(5), 899-910. Ketzer, J.W., Swinkels, H., & Vooijs, M.W. (1989). Media educatie in de Nederlandse praktijk (media education: the Dutch practice). Massacommunicatie, 17(1), 26-35. Lemish, D., & Lemish, P. (1997). A much debated consensus: Media literacy in Israel. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information Age. Current perspectives: Information and behavior (vol.6, pp. 213-228). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. Lewis, J., & Jhally, S. (1998). The struggle over media literacy. Journal of Communication, 48(1), 109-120. Lloyd-Kolkin, D., Wheeler, P., & Strand, T. (1980). Developing a curriculum for teenagers. Journal of communication, 30(3), 119-125. Lund, D.J. (1998). Video production in the English language arts classroom. English Journal, 87(1), 78-82. Masterman, L (1980). Teaching about television. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Masterman, L. (1997). A rationale for media education. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information Age. Current perspectives: Information and behavior (vol.6, pp. 15-68). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. Masterman, L. (1998). The media education revolution. In A. Hart (Ed.), Teaching the media: International Perspectives (pp.viii-xi). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. McClure, C.R. (1997). Network literacy in an electronic society: An educational disconnect? In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information Age. Current perspectives: Information and behavior (vol.6, pp. 403-439). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. Messaris, P. (1998). Visual aspects of media literacy. Journal of Communication, 48(1), 70- 95. Meyrowitz, J. (1998). Multiple media literacies. Journal of Communication, 48(1), 96-108. Minkkinen, S. (1978). A general curricular model for mass media education. Altamira: Llorca.

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Greenaway, P. (1997). Media and arts education: A global view from Australia. In R. Kubey
(Ed.), Media literacy in the information ag. Current perspectives: Information and
behavior
(Vol.6, pp.187-198). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.
Hart, A. (1998). Conclusion: Paradigms revisited. In A. Hart (Ed.), Teaching the media:
International perspectives (pp.169-196). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Hobbs, R. (1997). Expanding the concept of literacy. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the
information age. Current perspectives: Information and behavior (vol.6, pp. 163-183).
New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.
Hobbs, R. (1998a). Democracy at risk: Building citizenship skills through media education. In
M. Salvador & P. Sias (Eds.), The public voice in a democracy at risk (pp.57-76).
Westport, CT: Praeger.
Hobbs, R. (1998b). Literacy in the information age. In J. flood, D. Lapp, & S. Brice Heath
(Eds.), Handbook of research on teaching literacy through the communicative and
visual arts
(pp.7-14). New York: MacMillan.
Hobbs, R. (1998d). The seven great debates in the media literacy movement. Journal of
Communication, 48(1), 9-29.
Hobbs, R., & Frost, R. (1998). Instructional practices in media literacy education and their
impact on students’ learning. New Jersey journal of communication, 6(2), 123-148.
Hobbs, R., Frost, R., Davis, A., & Stauffer, J. (1988). How first-time viewers comprehend
editing conventions. Journal of Communication, 38(4), 50-60.
Huesmann, L.R., Eron, L.D., Klein, R., Brice, P., & Fischer, P. (1983). Mitigating the
imitation of aggressive behavior by changing children’s attitudes about media
violence. Journal of personality and social psychology, 44(5), 899-910.
Ketzer, J.W., Swinkels, H., & Vooijs, M.W. (1989). Media educatie in de Nederlandse
praktijk (media education: the Dutch practice). Massacommunicatie, 17(1), 26-35.
Lemish, D., & Lemish, P. (1997). A much debated consensus: Media literacy in Israel. In R.
Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information Age. Current perspectives: Information
and behavior
(vol.6, pp. 213-228). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.
Lewis, J., & Jhally, S. (1998). The struggle over media literacy. Journal of Communication,
48(1), 109-120.
Lloyd-Kolkin, D., Wheeler, P., & Strand, T. (1980). Developing a curriculum for teenagers.
Journal of communication, 30(3), 119-125.
Lund, D.J. (1998). Video production in the English language arts classroom. English Journal,
87(1), 78-82.
Masterman, L (1980). Teaching about television. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Masterman, L. (1997). A rationale for media education. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in
the information Age. Current perspectives: Information and behavior (vol.6, pp. 15-
68). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.
Masterman, L. (1998). The media education revolution. In A. Hart (Ed.), Teaching the media:
International Perspectives (pp.viii-xi). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
McClure, C.R. (1997). Network literacy in an electronic society: An educational disconnect?
In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information Age. Current perspectives:
Information and behavior
(vol.6, pp. 403-439). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.
Messaris, P. (1998). Visual aspects of media literacy. Journal of Communication, 48(1), 70-
95.
Meyrowitz, J. (1998). Multiple media literacies. Journal of Communication, 48(1), 96-108.
Minkkinen, S. (1978). A general curricular model for mass media education. Altamira:
Llorca.


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