There is no difference between living and learning . . . it is impossible and misleading and harmful to think of them as being separate.
How Media Literacy Supports Civic Engagement in a Digital Age
Renee Hobbs and Hans Martens present their paper at the International Communication Association meeting in Phoenix, Arizona on Saturday, May 26, 3:15 to 4:30pm at the Phoenix Sheraton Downtown Hotel: Encanto A.
Can Media Really Be Good?: Media Literacy Education for North Korean Refugees. Jiwon Yoon, Roosevelt U
Factual Mediation, Individual Differences, and Thin-Ideal Exposure’s Effect on Adolescent Girls’ Self-Esteem. Eric E
Rasmussen, Ohio State U; Amy Nathanson, Ohio State U
How Media Literacy Supports Civic Engagement in a Digital Age. Hans Martens, U of Antwerp; Renee Hobbs, U Rhode Island
Mean Girls and Tough Boys: Responses to Media Literacy Lessons on Gender Stereotypes and Bullying. Erica L.
Scharrer, U of Massachusetts; Kimberly Walsh, U of Massachusetts; Laras Sekarasih, U of Massachusetts
Acquisition of Anti-Smoking Media Literacy Skills: A Focus Group Analysis. Yi-Chun (Yvonnes) Chen, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State U; Christine E. Kaestle, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State U; Paul Estabrooks, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State U; Jamie Zoellner,
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State U
The Evolution of Video Games and Growing Challenges for Parental Mediation. Hee Jhee Jiow, National U of
Singapore; Sun Sun Lim, National U of Singapore
The Influence of Religion on Parental Mediation of Children’s Internet Use: A Study of Indonesian Muslim Mothers. Yayu
Rahayu, National University of Singapore; Sun Sun Lim, National U of Singapore