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Questionner les médias – Un guide destiné aux élèves.

  • Autor: Buckingham, David
  • Erschienen: 2003
  • Quelle: UNESCO: MENTOR. A Media Education Curriculum for Teachers in the Mediterranean. The Thesis of Thessaloniki, First Version, March 2003 (CD ci.com series).
  • Verlag: UNESCO

Abstract

Le but de ce guide de David Buckingham est d’ encourager les élèves à s’interroger sur les médias qu’ils utilisent tous les jours et de les inciter à mieux connaître leur fonctionnement. Les quatre parties du texte donnent des réponses aux questions suivantes : „Qui fait les médias ?-Comment les médias communiquent-ils des significations ? -Comment les médias présentent-ils une image du monde ? -Comment sont-ils compris ?“ Ce texte est disponible aussi en anglais.
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Buckingham, David

David Buckingham (*1954) is Professor of Education at the Institute of Education, University of London where he directs the Centre for the Study of Children, Youth and Media (http://www.ccsonline.org.uk/mediacentre). He has directed several major research projects on young people's relationships with the media and on media education, funded by organisations such as the Economic and Social Research Council, the Arts and Humanities Research Board, the European Commission, the Arts Council of England, the Broadcasting Standards Commission, and the Spencer, Gulbenkian and Nuffield Foundations. He is the author or editor of fifteen books, including Children Talking Television (1993), Moving Images (1996), The Making of Citizens (2000), After the Death of Childhood (2000) and Media Education (2003). He has published more than 120 book chapters and articles in academic and professional journals.