The first problem of the media is posed by what does not get translated, or even published in the dominant political languages.
Journal of Media Literacy Education
Research reports and Voices from the Field help advance new knowledge on the pedagogy of media literacy
The Journal of Media Literacy Education provides a forum for established and emerging scholars, media professionals and educational practitioners in and out of schools. As an extended conceptualization of literacy, media literacy education helps individuals of all ages develop habits of inquiry and skills of expression needed to become critical thinkers, effective communicators and active citizens in a world where mass media, popular culture and digital technologies play an important role for individuals and society. The Journal of Media Literacy Education is edited by Renee Hobbs and Paul Mihailidis. Associate Editors are Theresa Redmond and Michael RobbGrieco.