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A Case Study on Media Engagement in Youth Ministry

Margunn Serigstad Dahle

multitasking, more media messages than ever before can be packed into any given hour of media usage. This new media context for children and youth raises a number of educational issues at various levels, both for school, home and church, including the need for appropriate media literacy programmes and

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Allison T. Butler

interrogate their successes and struggles. Teacher education needs to be more flexible and more adaptable – to make it so does not mean the entire system needs to be upended. A particular tweak to the process of teacher training may result in profound positive change: The inclusion of critical media literacy

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Vonzell Agosto, Jennifer Wolgemuth, Ashley White, Tanetha Grosland and Allan Feldman

critical media literacy centrally within pedagogical efforts. Image 1 Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid kneel in protest during the national anthem on September 12, 2016 in Santa Clara, California. photo: thearon w. henderson/getty images Since football player Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the

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Liv Ingeborg Lied

likely that the entire package, not only individual digital images, may shape the way that we imagine manuscripts, how we conceptualize editorial practices and our involvement in them, and what we expect from a critical edition. 4 New Perspectives, New Studies, New Media Literacies It is time now to

Helen Stalford

Protection of Young Workers in the European Union: Final Report ( Brussels , dg Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, 2006 ). Savirimuthu J. ( 2011 ), “The eu , Online Child Safety and Media Literacy”, The International Journal of Children’s Rights , 19 ( 3 ), 547

Ian Willison

whatever) may well be oppressively claustrophobic. To live with this condition will require establishing a new critical discipline: global “media literacy” [Herman and McChesney]. (Derived from a paper delivered to an international colloquium at the University of Sherbrooke in Quebec.) Related articles

Estrid Sørensen

with coordinating activities and concern campaigns dealing with media consumption, media literacy and child protection. It is important to mention that one of the motivations for positioning the Media Council more broadly in these two ways is the dissonance between, on the one hand, the experience

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Peter Bray and and Marta Rzepecka

media, health, interpersonal, and mass communication, and media literacy, political, and small group communication. 12 As to the origins of peace and conflict research within communication scholarship, they can be traced back to the mid-1950s when peace and conflict studies developed into an academic