How do viewers make sense of the different kinds of realism in the images we see in films and television?
Job Opportunity, Research in Media Literacy
Announcing: 2019-2020 AND BEYOND
An ideal opportunity for someone with interests in media literacy education research!
Join our research team! Work with the Media Education Lab on collaborative research at the University of Wuerzburg, Wuerzburg, Germany under the supervision of Professor Dr. Silke Grafe and in collaboration with Dr. Renee Hobbs to advance research in media literacy teacher education.
This is a full-time position for one year (but can be flexible to half-time if desired). Salary and benefits per the German university system are dependent on educational background and experience.
Job Location: Wuerzburg, Germany.
Duties and Responsibilities: You will work as a member of a research team on tasks including performing literature reviews, analyzing data on teacher education in media literacy, writing reports and assisting with grant writing. You may have the opportunity to assist in teaching using virtual exchange for interdisciplinary media literacy education with high school, college and university students.
Qualifications: You have completed an M.A. in Education, Media Studies, Communication, Higher Education, Media Psychology, Human Development or a related field. You have an interest in and familiarity with media literacy education. You are interested in advancing new knowledge in global collaboration, virtual exchange, propaganda education, or related topics.
To Apply: Send an email letter of interest and resume to Professor Dr. Silke Grafe, firstname.lastname@example.org