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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Praeger handbook of media literacy.
Santa Barbara, California : Praeger, 
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Description:||1 online resource (2 volumes (xviii, 1007 pages) :) : illustrations|
|Contents:||Cover; VOLUME 1; Contents; Preface; An Introduction to Media Literacy; Thread 1: Media Literacy Concepts, Approaches, and Education; Advertising-Media Literacy Analysis; Affective Response Analysis; Audience Analysis; Autobiographical Analysis; Business Models, Journalism; Careers, Media Literacy; Character Analysis; Citizen Journalism; Communication Models; Content Analysis; Cultivation Analysis; Cultural Context; Cultural Insulation; Cultural Studies; Culture Code; Curriculum Developments in Higher Education, Media Literacy; Definition, Media Literacy; Dialectical Analysis. Digital Media LiteracyDiscourse Analysis; Dramatological Analysis; Dream Theory Approach to Media Analysis; Effects Theories, Media Literacy; Fame; Formulaic Analysis; Foundations of Media Literacy Education; Function; Genre Study, Media Literacy Approach; Hierarchy of Appearance; Historical Analysis, Media: Systems Approach; Historical Context; How to Take Notes in Media Analysis; Iconographic Analysis; Ideological Analysis; Information Management Analysis; Inquiry-Based Pedagogy, Media Literacy Education; Institutional Analysis; Integrated Approach to Media Literacy Education. International Communications, Media Literacy ApproachInternational Media Literacy; Introduction; Journalism; Key Principles and Concepts, Media Literacy; Labeling Theory; Mass-Mediated Reality; Media and Social Change; Media Math; Media Production Approach, Media Literacy Education; Medium Theory; Memetic Approach, Media Literacy Analysis; Mythic Analysis; Narratology; Nonverbal Approach to Media Analysis; Ownership Patterns, Media; Political Communications, American; Production Analysis Approach; Rhetorical Analysis; Scenario Development Approach to Media Analysis; Search Engine Optimization. Sectors, Media LiteracySignificant Developments, U.S. Media Literacy Education; Singularity; Social Networking; Socratic Approach, Media Literacy; Translation Studies; Values Clarification Approach; VOLUME 2; Thread 2: Monographs by Media Literacy Scholars; 1. On the Genesis of Media Literacy in the United States, as Seen through the Lens of a Wisconsin Participant; 2. Digital Media Literacy: A Plan of Action; 3. Stance of the AAP and Media Literacy; 4. A Bicycle Riding Theory of Media Literacy; 5. History of U.S. Media Literacy Education; 6. Standards, Media Literacy Education. 7. The Visible, the Vulnerable, and the Viable: The Case for Media Literacy in Middle School8. The Birth of the New Mexico Media Literacy Project and the Action Coalition for Media Education; 9. What Difference Does Adding the Word Education Make?: NAMLE'S Contribution to Media Literacy; 10. Print Lives: Community Newspapers; 11. ACME: Independent Media Education; 12. The Role of Media Literacy in the Media Arts; Thread 2 Contributor Biographies; Thread 3: Media Literacy Organizations; Thread 4: Notable National Media Literacy Figures; Neil Andersen; Cary Bazalgette; David Buckingham.|
|Responsibility:||Art Silverblatt, editor.|
"[F]or libraries building their collections in media literacy and related fields. . . . Summing Up: Recommended." - Choice Art Silverblatt, PhD, is professor of communications and journalism at