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Visual Education and The Internet Camp: A Study of Underprivileged Children and Their Web Pages
Unformatted Document Text:  22 Debes, J.C. (1978). Some history of visual literacy. (downloaded from http:// www. asu.edu/lib/archives/vlhist.htm). Dewey, J. (1934). Art as experience. New York: Perigee Books. Dondis, D. (1973). A primer of visual literacy. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Ewald, Wendy. (1985). Portraits and dreams: Photographs and stories by children of the Appalachians. New York: Writers and Readers. Harper, Douglas. (1989). Visual sociology: Expanding sociological vision. In Grant Blank, James L. McCartney, and Edward Brent, (Eds.), New technology in sociology, (pp. 81-97). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. Heinich, R., Molenda, M., & Russell, J.D. (1989). Instructional media and the new technologies of instruction (3rd Edition). New York: Macmillan. Hixson, J. (1993). Redefining the issues: Who’s at risk and why. Revision of a paper originally presented in 1983 at “Reducing the Risks,” a workshop presented by the Midwest Regional Center for Drug-Free Schools and Communities. Hobbs, R. (1999). The seven great debates in the media literacy movement. The Center for Media Literacy Online. Retrieved October, 2002, from http:/www.medialit.org/ReadingRoom/keyarticles/sevengreat.htm Jupiter Communications. (1999, June). Kids and teens spend $1.3 billion online in 2002 [on- line]. Available: http://jup.com/jupiter/press/releases/1999. Kelley, E.C. (1947). Education for what is real. New York: Harper & Brothers. Kubey, R. (1998). Obstacles to the development of media education in the United States. Journal of Communication, 48(1), 58-69. Lewis, J., & Jhally, S. (1998). The struggle over media literacy. Journal of Communication, 48(1), 109-119. Messaris, P. (1994a). Does TV belong in the classroom? Cognitive consequences of visual “literacy.” In S.A. Deetz, (Ed.), Communication Yearbook 17, (pp. 431-452), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Messaris, P. (1994b). Visual literacy: Image, mind, & reality. Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Messaris, P. (1997). Visual persuasion: The role of images in advertising. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. National Council of Teachers of English (1965). The motion picture and the teaching of English.

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Debes, J.C. (1978). Some history of visual literacy. (downloaded from http:// www.
asu.edu/lib/archives/vlhist.htm).

Dewey, J. (1934). Art as experience. New York: Perigee Books.

Dondis, D. (1973). A primer of visual literacy. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Ewald, Wendy. (1985). Portraits and dreams: Photographs and stories by children of the
Appalachians. New York: Writers and Readers.

Harper, Douglas. (1989). Visual sociology: Expanding sociological vision. In Grant Blank,
James L. McCartney, and Edward Brent, (Eds.), New technology in sociology, (pp. 81-
97). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

Heinich, R., Molenda, M., & Russell, J.D. (1989). Instructional media and the new
technologies of instruction (3rd Edition). New York: Macmillan.

Hixson, J. (1993). Redefining the issues: Who’s at risk and why. Revision of a paper originally
presented in 1983 at “Reducing the Risks,” a workshop presented by the Midwest
Regional Center for Drug-Free Schools and Communities.
Hobbs, R. (1999). The seven great debates in the media literacy movement. The Center for
Media Literacy Online. Retrieved October, 2002, from
http:/www.medialit.org/ReadingRoom/keyarticles/sevengreat.htm

Jupiter Communications. (1999, June). Kids and teens spend $1.3 billion online in 2002 [on-
line]. Available: http://jup.com/jupiter/press/releases/1999.

Kelley, E.C. (1947). Education for what is real. New York: Harper & Brothers.

Kubey, R. (1998). Obstacles to the development of media education in the United States.
Journal of Communication, 48(1), 58-69.

Lewis, J., & Jhally, S. (1998). The struggle over media literacy. Journal of Communication,
48(1), 109-119.

Messaris, P. (1994a). Does TV belong in the classroom? Cognitive consequences of visual
“literacy.” In S.A. Deetz, (Ed.), Communication Yearbook 17, (pp. 431-452), Thousand
Oaks, CA: Sage.

Messaris, P. (1994b). Visual literacy: Image, mind, & reality. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Messaris, P. (1997). Visual persuasion: The role of images in advertising. Thousand Oaks, CA:
Sage.

National Council of Teachers of English (1965). The motion picture and the teaching of English.


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