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Media education, media literacy, media studies

So, the first point of our questionnaire offered to the experts three variants of the definitions of media education (published during the past years by the authoritative editions), that they were supposed agree or disagree with. As a result it turned out that the majority of experts (96,15%) supported the first definition (Chart 1). Evidently, this definition developed by the UNESCO conference seemed to the experts as the most convincing and complete.


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  1. ADVERTISING MEDIA
  2. American Mass Media
  3. Are the electronic media exacerbating illiteracy and making our children stupid? On the contrary, says Colin McCabe, they have the potential to make us truly literate.
  4. B) Persuade your partner to start practising sport immediately.
  5. British culture, traditions and mass media.
  6. Chart 1. The experts attitude to variants of definitions of media education
  7. Chart 2. The experts attitude to variants of definitions of media literacy
  8. Chart 6. The list of the countries in which, in opinion of experts, the media education is on the highest level of development
  9. Contribution of Ukrainian linguists to lexicological studies.
  10. Listen to a public relations executive talking about her studies and job.
  11. Map of disciplines interfacing with Translation Studies
  12. Mass Media




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References 10 | Chart 1. The experts attitude to variants of definitions of media education

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