Young Digizen? New cultural challenges in media education: New cultural challenges in media education
The cultural habits of young people suggest us to ask about the cultural value of the media for teens, the new trends of behavioral individualism, that give us new concepts on the relationship between youth and media. This book describes the complex picture that renders the problematic perspective of analysis and research for those who are interested in this topic.
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Preface Unidentified Social Networks Whats behind the youthmedia relationship
Introduction Digital codes of the postmodern generation
1 The socialization question in the post era
2 The Question of Retrofocus Youth and media in public and scientific debate
3 The tracks of young digizens Analysis of a case study
4 Between Knowing and Doing Portraits of Competences
5 The Media Environment in Free Time and Life
ability activities adjectives adults analysis awareness Bulgaria Bulgarian focus group capacity car radio CENSIS cognitive communication compared conscious construction context Corriere della Sera creative critical cultural behaviours cultural consumption defined digital competences digital media digital natives digital technology dimension diverse emotional epigenesis ethics European experiences expression Facebook factors forms functions gaps Ida Cortoni identify Il Messaggero individual integration interaction Internet interpretation involved iPod IPTV Italian focus group Kaunas knowledge La Stampa lack language level of competence listen Lithuania means media competences media education media literacy medium mobile phone modern Morcellini motivations multimedia needs networks newspapers perspective possible post-modern production re-contextualisation reading reality reflection regard relation relationship Repubblica role Romania scientific semantic sense sharing skills Skype social socialisation socio-cultural specific Stampa stimulation strategies subjective survey teachers tion traditional users video games web TV young youth