Vol. XIX, No. 38, 1st semester, 3 2012
United Nations aiming at media literacy education
Ignacio Aguaded, Huelva (Spain).
Media literacy in multiple contexts
Alfonso Gutiérrez-Martín, Segovia (Spain) & Kathleen Tyner, Austin (United States).
From solid to liquid: New literacies to the cultural changes of Web 2.0
Manuel Area-Moreira, Tenerife (Spain) & Teresa Pessoa, Coimbra (Portugal).
Critical media literacy after the media
Alex Kendall, Birmingham (United Kingdom) & Julian McDougall, Wolverhampton (United Kingdom).
Media education, media literacy and digital competence
Global teachers: A conceptual model for building teachers’ intercultural competence online
Erin-M. McCloskey, Madison (United States).
Pedagogy of interactivity
Roberto Aparici, Madrid (Spain) & Marco Silva, Río de Janeiro (Brazil).
«Prosuming» across cultures: Youth creating and discussing digital media across borders
Michael Dezuanni, Brisbane (Australia) & Andres Monroy-Hernandez, Boston (United States).
Educational challenges in times of mass self-communication: A dialogue among audience
Guillermo Orozco-Gómez, Guadalajara (Mexico), Eva Navarro-Martínez, Amsterdam (Netherlands) & Agustín García-Matilla, Valladolid (Spain).
Media competence. Articulated proposal of dimensions and indicators
Joan Ferrés, Barcelona (Spain) & Alejandro Piscitelli, Buenos Aires (Argentina).
Social media and self-curatorship: Reflections on identity and pedagogy through blogging on a masters module
John Potter, Londres (United Kingdom) & Shakuntala Banaji, Londres (United Kingdom).
The digital afterlife of youth-made media: Implications for media literacy education
Elisabeth Soep, Oakland (United States).
Training graduate students as young researchers to study families’ use of media
Cristina Ponte, Lisboa (Portugal) & José-Alberto de-Vasconcelos-Simões, Lisboa (Portugal).
Keys to recognizing the levels of critical audiovisual reading in children
Jacqueline Sánchez-Carrero, Huelva (Spain) & Yamile Sandoval-Romero, Cali (Colombia).
From chess to StarCraft. A comparative analysis of traditional games and videogames
Óliver Pérez-Latorre, Barcelona (Spain).
The academic use of social networks among university students
Marisol Gómez-Aguilar, Málaga (Spain), Sergio Roses-Campos, Málaga (Spain) & Pedro Farias-Batlle, Málaga (Spain).
The educational role of the digital media in the integration of immigrants in Spain: El mundo.es and El pais.com
Vicente Llorent-Bedmar, Sevilla (Spain).
Attitudes and beliefs of secondary teachers about Internet use in their classrooms
Elena Ramírez-Orellana, Salamanca (Spain), Isabel Cañedo-Hernández, Salamanca (Spain) & María Clemente-Linuesa, Salamanca (Spain).
Color in child espots: Chromatic prevalence and relation with the brand logo
Luis-Enrique Martínez-Martínez, Alicante (Spain), Juan Monserrat-Gauchi, Alicante (Spain) & Victoria Tur-Viñes, Alicante (Spain).
Representation of childhood in advertising discourse. A case study of the advertising industry in Chile
Enrique Vergara-Leyton, Santiago de Chile (Chile) & Ana Vergara-del-Solar, Santiago de Chile (Chile).
Music in virtual worlds. Study on the representation spaces
Felipe Gértrudix-Barrio, Toledo (Spain) & Manuel Gértrudix-Barrio, Madrid (Spain).
Media literacy and consumption of media and advertising in university students of pedagogy in Chile
Carlos del-Valle-Rojas, Temuco (Chile), Marianela Denegri-Coria, Temuco (Chile) & David Chávez-Herting, Temuco (Chile).
Enrique Martínez-Salanova-Sánchez, Almería (Spain).
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