Education, childhood, audiovisual, image, cinema, television, communication


The author is worried about audiovisual education at school, especially because of its social and personal influence on in our pupils´way of life. This paper describes the audiovisual educational program developed by a local primary school in Cádiz in order to obtain a critical use of mass media because, as the author thinks, «image can be manipulated, personality shouldn´t».


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Granado-Palma, M. (2003). Audiovisual education for childhood education. [Educación audiovisual en educación infantil]. Comunicar, 20, 155-158.



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