Published issues

Vol. XX, No. 39, 2nd semester, October 2012

Curriculum and Teacher Training in Media Literacy

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Media and information literacy: Pedagogy and possibilities

Carolyn Wilson, Toronto (Canada).

From digital and audiovisual competence to media competence: Dimensions and indicators

Amor Pérez-Rodríguez, Huelva (Spain) & Águeda Delgado-Ponce, Huelva (Spain).

Media and information literacy in South Africa: Goals and tools

Ibrahim Saleh, Ciudad el Cabo (South Africa).

«The world unplugged» and «24 Hours without media»: Media literacy to develop self-awareness regarding media

Susan Moeller, College Park (United States), Elia Powers, College Park (United States) & Jessica Roberts, College Park (United States).

Young people’s interaction with media in Egypt, India, Finland, Argentina and Kenya

Sami Tayie, El Cairo (Egypt), Manisha Pathak-Shelat, Wisconsin (United States) & Irma Hirsjärvi, Jyvaskyla (Finland).

Challenges and risks of Internet use by children. How to empower minors?

Santiago Tejedor, Barcelona (Spain) & Cristina Pulido, Barcelona (Spain).

Media literacy and its use as a method to encourage civic engagement

Sherri Culver, Temple (United States) & Thomas Jacobson, Temple (United States).

Film literacy: Media appropriations with examples from the European film context

Vitor Reia-Baptista, Faro (Portugal).

Resources for media literacy: Mediating the research on children and media

Sara Pereira, Braga (Portugal), Manuel Pinto, Braga (Portugal) & Luis Pereira, London (United Kingdom).

Critical reading of media: A methodological proposal

Morella Alvarado-Miquilena, Caracas (Venezuela).

Genre and age in the reception of television fiction

Charo Lacalle, Barcelona (Spain).

Digital libraries: Electronic bibliographic resources on basic education

Marcela-Georgina Gómez-Zermeño, Monterrey (Mexico).

The ConRed program, an evidence-based practice

Rosario del-Rey, Sevilla (Spain), José-A. Casas, Córdoba (Spain) & Rosario Ortega-Ruiz, Córdoba (Spain).

The analysis of interactive media and digital culture - hypermedia literacy in Peru and Bolivia

Jorge Mora-Fernández, Guadalajara (Mexico).

Beyond newspapers: News consumption among young people in the digital era

Andreu Casero-Ripollés, Castellón (Spain).

Synchronous virtual environments for e-assessment in Higher education

Rocío Yuste-Tosina, Cáceres (Spain), Laura Alonso-Díaz, Cáceres (Spain) & Florentino Blázquez-Entonado, Badajoz (Spain).

Value of audiovisual records in intercultural education

Antonio Bautista García-Vera, Madrid (Spain), Laura Rayon-Rumayor, Madrid (Spain) & Ana-María de-las-Heras-Cuenca, Madrid (Spain).

Food advertising and consumption by students in Huánuco (Peru)

María-Luisa Sevillano-García, Madrid (Spain) & Angélica Sotomayor-Baca, Huánuco (Peru).

Fame and proffessional success in «Operación Triunfo» and «Fama ¡a bailar!»

Mercè Oliva-Rota, Barcelona (Spain).

Uses of digital tools among the elderly

Susana Agudo-Prado, Oviedo (Spain), María-de-los-Ángeles Pascual-Sevillano, Oviedo (Spain) & Javier Fombona, Oviedo (Spain).

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