"This book provides a history of media literacy, presenting research that recovers how it has been conceived as reform, as understanding representation, and as pedagogy"-- Provided by publisher.
Now, more than ever, always: the field of media literacy education needs history Powerful media, powerful audiences, powerful learners: roots of media literacy in media studies and education reform Making media for media literacy: production history of Media & values magazine Problematizing media Finding solutions Deconstructing stereotypes Clarifying values Addressing news bias Designing practice, creating curricula Situating historical debates and contemporary praxis Drawing conclusions: on legacy and agency.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 311-334) and index.
Online version: RobbGrieco, Michael, 1973- author. Making media literacy in America