Stuart Hall and the Intellectual Roots of Critical Media Literacy: A Personal Reflection

in The International Journal of Critical Media Literacy
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This essay is a brief reflection on the importance of the work of Stuart Hall to critical media literacy and why that sort of critically engaged approach is more important than ever in the age of Trump.

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  • Hall S. (1973). Encoding and decoding in the television discourse. Birmingham: Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies.

  • Hall S. (1982). The rediscovery of ‘ideology’: Return of the repressed in media studies in Gurevitch M. Bennett T. Curran J. and Woollacott S. (eds.) Culture Society and the Media. London: Methuen pp. 5690.

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  • Hall S. (1990). The emergence of cultural studies and the crisis of the humanities. October 53 pp. 1123.

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  • Jenkins H. (2016). Henry Jenkins on John Fiske in Hobbes R. (ed.) Exploring the roots of digital and media literacy through personal narrative. Philadephia: Temple University Press pp. 138152.

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