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媒体教育、批判性技能、信息流行病、媒体健康、媒体信任、COVID-19

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COVID-19 疫情使公共领域充斥着大量信息,引发了一些专家所说的信息流行病。在用于减轻信息流行病影响的机制中,批判性媒体素养已被证明是一种有价值的方法。本研究旨在分析年轻人和成年人的批判性媒体技能 (CMS) 与信息流行病意识 (IPA)、信息流行病和幸福感 (ISW)、情绪反应 (ERI) 和媒体信任 (MTC) 等变量之间的关系。 2021 年上半年,我们在墨西哥的两个虚拟社区进行了一项有 404 名参与者 (Mage=32.8) 的横向研究。描述性分析揭示了参与者的高水平批判性媒体技能。成年人表现出高水平的 IPA,而年轻人表现出高水平的 ISW、ERI 和 MTC。年龄组的观察结果表明 CMS 与 ISW、CMS 与 MCT 之间存在关联,而 CMS 与 IPA 之间不存在关联。 COVID-19 疫情加剧了人们对数字媒体的消费和对不可靠信息的访问。批判性媒体素养可以通过增强批判性角色和对媒体话语的态度来保护个人免受信息流行病的风险。这项研究支持促进媒体素养的建议,这些建议将批判性媒体技能作为作为健康危机中的防御机制。

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Sánchez-Reina, J., & González-Lara, E. (2022). The COVID-19 infodemic among young people and adults: The support of critical media literacy. [La infodemia del COVID-19 en jóvenes y adultos: El soporte de la alfabetización crítica mediática]. Comunicar, 73, 71-81. https://doi.org/10.3916/C73-2022-06

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