Critical Approach to the Media in Civic Education: Final Report
Council of Europe, Jan 1, 2002 - Political Science - 124 pages
This report is based on the findings of the three-year project which examined the media's influence on the lives of young people throughout Europe. It discusses educational methods for raising the critical awareness of pupils about the power of the media (including television programmes and advertising), as well as providing practical suggestions for materials and projects. The report looks at the background of the project and outlines details of the workshops involving teachers and some international projects involving classes from different European countries.
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theory versus practice? Observations
The media and civic education implicit and explicit messages
Rights and responsibilities democracy media
Conflict civic education and the media
School visits why and how?
Youth news agency
Identity how the media can help to form our pupils personalities
A critical approach to the media
Analysing and comparing youth magazines
Analysing and comparing advertisements in three countries
Some practical suggestions for running international projects
List of participants and contacts
Media consumption television
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