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How media literacy is defined: A review
Unformatted Document Text:  22 Piette, J. & Giroux, L. (1997). The theorecal foundations of media education programs. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information age. Current perspectives: Information and behavior (vol.6, pp.89-134). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. Quinn, R. & MacMahon, B. (1997). Living with the tiger: Media curriculum issues for the future. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information age. Current perspectives: Information and behavior (vol.6, pp.307-321). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction. Rapaczynski, W., Singer, D.G., & Singer, J.L. (1982). Teaching television: A curriculum for young children. Journal of Communication, 32(2), 46-55. Roberts, D.F., Christenson, P., Gibson, W.A., Moser, L., & Goldberg, M.E. (1980). Developing discriminating consumers. Journal of Communication, 30(3), 94-105. Rosenbaum, J.E., & Beentjes, J.W.J. (2001). Beyond the couch potato: Reconceptualizing media literacy. Communications: European journal of communication research, 26(4), 465-482. Rosenbaum, J.E., & Beentjes, J.W.J. (forthcoming). Reconceptualizing media literacy. In K. Renckstorf, D. McQuail, J.E. Rosenbaum, & G. Schaap (Eds.), Actional theoretical approaches in communication research: Theory, methods and findings. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Schaap, G., Renckstorf, K., Wester, F. (2001). Three decades of television news research: an action theoretical inventory of issues and problems. In Renckstorf, K., McQuail, D., Jankowski, N.W. (Eds.), Television news research: Recent European approaches and findings (pp. 47-89). Berlin: Quintessenz. Singer, D.G., Zuckerman, D.M., & Singer, J.L. (1980). Helping elementary school children learn about TV. Journal of Communication, 30(3), 84-93. Singer, J.L. & Singer, D.G. (1983). Implications of childhood television viewing for cognition, imagination and emotion. In J. Bryant & D.R. Anderson (Eds.), Children’s understanding of television: Research on attention and comprehension (pp.265-295). New York: Academic Press. Singer, D.G., & Singer, J.L. (1983). Learning how to be intelligent consumers of television. In M.J.A. Howe (Ed.), Learning from television (pp.203-222). London: Academic press. Stafford, R. (1990). Redefining creativity: extended project work in GCSE media studies. In D. Buckingham (Ed.), Watching media learning: Making sense of media education (pp.81-100). London: Palmer Press. Swinkels, H. (1992). Critical viewing: Creating a balance between maker and viewer. In C. Bazalgette, E. Bevort, & J. Savino (Eds.), New Directions: Media education worldwide (pp.42-47). London: British Film Institute. Thoman, E. (1999). Skills and strategies for media education. Educational Leadership, 56(5), 50-55. Tufte, B. (1992). Television, taste and teaching: Developments in media education in Denmark and Scandinavia. In C. Bazalgette, E.Bevort, & J.Savino (Eds.), New directions: Media education worldwide (pp.177-184). London: British Film Institute. Van Driel, H., & Klinkenberg, S. (1989). Semiologie en media educatie (Semiology and media education). Massacommunicatie, 17(1), 74-83. Van der Voort, T.H.A., Vooijs, M.W., & Bakker, D. (1984). Kritisch kijken naar TV: Het effect van negen lessen (Critical TV viewing: Assessing the effects of a media curriculum). Pedagogisch tijdschrift, 9(8), 386-400. Vooijs, M.W. (1986). Kritisch TV kijken: Een curriculum studie (Critical TV viewing: A curriculum study). Lisse: Swets & Zeitlinger. Vooijs, M.W., & van der Voort, T.H.A. (1990). Teaching television: the effects of critical TV viewing curricula. In Institutional media and technical research (pp.543-552).

Authors: Rosenbaum, Judith.
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Piette, J. & Giroux, L. (1997). The theorecal foundations of media education programs. In R.
Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information age. Current perspectives: Information
and behavior
(vol.6, pp.89-134). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.
Quinn, R. & MacMahon, B. (1997). Living with the tiger: Media curriculum issues for the
future. In R. Kubey (Ed.), Media literacy in the information age. Current perspectives:
Information and behavior
(vol.6, pp.307-321). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction.
Rapaczynski, W., Singer, D.G., & Singer, J.L. (1982). Teaching television: A curriculum for
young children. Journal of Communication, 32(2), 46-55.
Roberts, D.F., Christenson, P., Gibson, W.A., Moser, L., & Goldberg, M.E. (1980).
Developing discriminating consumers. Journal of Communication, 30(3), 94-105.
Rosenbaum, J.E., & Beentjes, J.W.J. (2001). Beyond the couch potato: Reconceptualizing
media literacy. Communications: European journal of communication research, 26(4),
465-482.
Rosenbaum, J.E., & Beentjes, J.W.J. (forthcoming). Reconceptualizing media literacy. In K.
Renckstorf, D. McQuail, J.E. Rosenbaum, & G. Schaap (Eds.), Actional theoretical
approaches in communication research: Theory, methods and findings
. Berlin:
Mouton de Gruyter.
Schaap, G., Renckstorf, K., Wester, F. (2001). Three decades of television news research: an
action theoretical inventory of issues and problems. In Renckstorf, K., McQuail, D.,
Jankowski, N.W. (Eds.), Television news research: Recent European approaches and
findings
(pp. 47-89). Berlin: Quintessenz.
Singer, D.G., Zuckerman, D.M., & Singer, J.L. (1980). Helping elementary school children
learn about TV. Journal of Communication, 30(3), 84-93.
Singer, J.L. & Singer, D.G. (1983). Implications of childhood television viewing for
cognition, imagination and emotion. In J. Bryant & D.R. Anderson (Eds.), Children’s
understanding of television: Research on attention and comprehension
(pp.265-295).
New York: Academic Press.
Singer, D.G., & Singer, J.L. (1983). Learning how to be intelligent consumers of television. In
M.J.A. Howe (Ed.), Learning from television (pp.203-222). London: Academic press.
Stafford, R. (1990). Redefining creativity: extended project work in GCSE media studies. In
D. Buckingham (Ed.), Watching media learning: Making sense of media education
(pp.81-100). London: Palmer Press.
Swinkels, H. (1992). Critical viewing: Creating a balance between maker and viewer. In C.
Bazalgette, E. Bevort, & J. Savino (Eds.), New Directions: Media education
worldwide
(pp.42-47). London: British Film Institute.
Thoman, E. (1999). Skills and strategies for media education. Educational Leadership, 56(5),
50-55.
Tufte, B. (1992). Television, taste and teaching: Developments in media education in
Denmark and Scandinavia. In C. Bazalgette, E.Bevort, & J.Savino (Eds.), New
directions: Media education worldwide
(pp.177-184). London: British Film Institute.
Van Driel, H., & Klinkenberg, S. (1989). Semiologie en media educatie (Semiology and
media education). Massacommunicatie, 17(1), 74-83.
Van der Voort, T.H.A., Vooijs, M.W., & Bakker, D. (1984). Kritisch kijken naar TV: Het
effect van negen lessen (Critical TV viewing: Assessing the effects of a media
curriculum). Pedagogisch tijdschrift, 9(8), 386-400.
Vooijs, M.W. (1986). Kritisch TV kijken: Een curriculum studie (Critical TV viewing: A
curriculum study). Lisse: Swets & Zeitlinger.
Vooijs, M.W., & van der Voort, T.H.A. (1990). Teaching television: the effects of critical TV
viewing curricula. In Institutional media and technical research (pp.543-552).


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