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Research and Scholarship

Some of the publications of Renee Hobbs and members of the Media Education Lab team

New Works

Comprehension of Editing Conventions by African Tribal Villagers

Renee Hobbs and Richard Frost1991 Mass media effects across cultures

Television and the Shaping of Cognitive Skills

Renee Hobbs1990January. Video Icons and Values

Conditions of Learning in Novice Programmers

David Perkins and Renee Hobbs1989 Studying the Novice Programmer

Media Literacy Education in the Era of Post-Truth: Paradigm Crisis

Elizaveta Friesem & Yonty Friesem2019 Media Literacy Research and Applications Across Disciplines

Views on the News. Media Literacy Empowerment Competencies in the Elementary Grades

Renee Hobbs, Henry Cohn-Geltner and John Landis2011 New Questions, New Insights, New Applications Contributions to the Research Forum at the World Summit on Media For Children and Youth 2010

Introduction in Handbook of Teaching Literacy through the Visual and Communicative Arts

Renee Hobbs2007December. Handbook of Teaching Literacy through the Visual and Communicative Arts (book)

Hobbs, R. (1998). Literacy in the information age. In J. Flood, D. Lapp, & S. Brice Heath (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Teaching Literacy through the Communicative and Visual Arts. International Reading Association. New York: Macmillan (pp. 7-14).

Are We Our Brothers' Keepers? Exploring the social functions of reading in the life of an African American urban adolescent

Renee Hobbs 2007January. Media, learning and sites of possibility
A response to Staples, "Are we our brothers´ keepers? Exploring the social functions of reading in the life of an African American urban adolescent"

Literacy in the Information Age

Renee Hobbs1998 Handbook of research on teaching literacy through the communicative and visual arts

How First Time Viewers Comprehend Editing

Renee Hobbs, Richard Frost, John Stauffer & Art Davis1996January. Introduction to human communication: Behavior, codes and social action (Reprint Reprint of Journal of Communication article, 1988)

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