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Vol. XVI, No. 32, 1st semester, 3 2009

Mapping Media Education. Policies in the world

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Information skills: conceptual convergence between information and communication sciences

Jesús Lau, Veracruz (Mexico) & Jesús Cortés, Juárez (Mexico).

Curricular contribution to media education: A work in progress

Renato Opertti, Ginebra (Switzerland).

Media education issues for professionals and citizens: Bridging the divides in countries of the South

Jamal-Eddine Naji, Rabat (Morocco).

Media education as a development project: Connecting emancipatory interests and governance in India

Biswajit Das, Nueva Delhi (India).

Nurturing freedom of expression through teaching global media literacy

Susan Moeller, College Park (United States).

Education reform as an agent of change: The development of media literacy in Hong Kong during the last decade

C.K. Cheung, Hong Kong (China).

History, policy, and practices of media education in South Korea

Hyeon-Seon Jeong, Gyeyang (Korea, Republic of).

Implementing mandates in media education: The Ontario experience

Carolyn Wilson, Toronto (Canada) & Barry Duncan, Toronto (Canada).

Making the introduction of multi-media technologies count in education reform in Africa: The case of Ghana

Kwame Akyeampong, Falmer-Brighton (United Kingdom).

Media literacy in MENA: Moving beyond the vicious cycle of oxymora

Ibrahim Saleh, Ciudad el Cabo (South Africa).

When media education is state policy

Roxana Morduchowicz, Buenos Aires (Argentina).

Media education beyond school

Victoria Camps-Cervera, Barcelona (Spain).

The role of broadcasting regulation in media literacy

Eve Salomon, Londres (United Kingdom).

Media education in Turkey: Toward a multi-stakeholder framework

E.-Nezih Orhon, Eskisehir (Turkey).

Exploring media education as civic praxis in Africa

Fackson Banda, Grahamstown (South Africa).

Promoting youth civic participation with media production: The case of Youth Voice editorial board

Sirkku Kotilainen, Jyväskylä (Finland).

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