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Deirdre O’Neill and Mike Wayne

the public agenda, his topic. 2 The development and popularisation of such media literacy is an important component of the oppositional digital and social media world, which defines its identity precisely in terms of its difference from the dominant media. The dominant media in turn fear this growing

Erik C. Nisbet and Olga Kamenchuk

’s ‘Learn to Discern’ media literacy programme directly trained 15,000 youth and adults in Ukraine on basic media literacy skills and had secondary impacts on another 90,000. Participants in the programme were 25 per cent more likely to say that they check multiple news sources and 13 per cent more

Costas M. Constantinou

possible through a different montage of camera shots. Needless to say, it is not an attempt to examine all the ramifications or explain all the workings of visual diplomacy. It is primarily a pedagogical tool enhancing visual media literacy among students and practitioners of diplomacy. It is also a