Press, education, media, informative manipulation


The authors put forward the use of newspapers in the classroom claiming that this is the most suitable place to form critical consumers. They propose several graded activi -ties from the easiest items of the press world to the most sophisticated aspects of informative manipulation.


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Camacho-Marín, A., & Santacruz-Laguna, F. (2001). La prensa: un medio de comunicación para la escuela. Comunicar, 17, 148-153.



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