Handbook of Research on Media Literacy Research and Applications Across Disciplines

Editor/Author Yildiz, Melda N., Fazal, Minaz and Ahn, Meesuk et.al
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: IGI Global

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ISBN: 978-1-5225-9261-7
Category: Social Sciences - Media & Communications
Image Count: 45
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

The Handbook of Research on Media Literacy Research and Applications Across Disciplines aims to present cross-disciplinary examinations of media literacy, specifically investigating its challenges and solutions and its implications for P-20 education.

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Table of Contents

  • Editorial Advisory Board
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgment
  • Introduction
  • Section 1: Media Literacy as a Key Agent for Teaching and Learning
  • – Universal Design for Learning, Media Literacy, and Repeated Measures in Inclusion Classrooms
  • – Media Literacy in a Digital Age: Multimodal Social Semiotics and Reading Media
  • – Integrating Media Literacy Into Mathematics: A Possible Solution to Inequity in Mathematics Instruction
  • – A Discipline Approach: The Relationship Between Media Literacy And Social Studies
  • – Media Literacy in EFL Teacher Education: A Necessity for 21st Century English Language Instruction
  • – Multicultural and Global Children's Literature as Agents of Change
  • – Best Practices in Project-Based Learning: Applications Within Online Instructional Technology Courses
  • Section 2: Preventing Disinformation and Discovering Truth
  • – Media Literacy Education in the Era of Post-Truth: Paradigm Crisis
  • – News Credibility and Media Literacy in the Digital Age
  • – Perception Is (as) Reality
  • Section 3: Global Perspectives
  • – Exploring Multiliteracies Pedagogies With Pre-Service Teachers: A Canadian Perspective
  • – Digital Literacy as Part of a New Curriculum for the Netherlands
  • – Bridging Gap With QR Codes: Digital Literacy Among Youth in Istanbul
  • – Movement Literacy as a First Language
  • Section 4: Data Science
  • – Importance of Data Management in Digital Media Literacy: Integration of Cultural Elements in Children With Deep Learning Techniques
  • – Spatial Hunt: Social Media as a Source of Design in Architecture
  • – A Model for Product Design Process via Social Media
  • Section 5: Media Literacy as a Key Skill
  • – Tech-Savvy Is the New Street Smart: Balancing Protection and Awareness
  • – Decision Making Process in Intercultural Communication
  • – The Philip Seymour Hoffman Project: A Student-Generated, Media Literacy Focus on Opioid Abuse
  • Section 6: Cyber Savvy
  • – Adolescent Co-Researchers Design Media Literacy Lessons to Address Cyberbullying Through Design Thinking: Encouraging Passive Bystanders to Protect Cyber-Victims
  • – Cyber Bullying: Global and Local Practices on Awareness Raising
  • – Avatars and Digital Technology Literacy Applied in Psychology