Media education, educational reform, television, popular culture, mass culture


This article is a reflection on the symbolic relationship between media education and educational reform. We must discover how students create meaning from multiple forms of experience to arrive at significant knowledge. Because this reason, pop culture –mass culture– has to be introduce in schools not as an enemy subject but as a representative way of thinking.



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Aranda, D. (2002). Educación mediática y aprendizaje significativo: una relación beneficiosa. Comunicar, 18, 111-116.



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