Media Literacy, Economic Rationales, and the Humanities: The Making Of A Movement
International Journal of the Humanities
The development of a strong media literacy movement in the U.S. is hampered by the struggle between traditional humanists and those wedded to economic rationalism. The former camp, taking a text-based approach, sees media literacy as improving people's understanding of media texts by teaching them about the techniques used in the production of those texts ...
Recommended CitationBaran, Stanley J. and Baran, Susan R., "Media Literacy, Economic Rationales, and the Humanities: The Making Of A Movement" (2004). Communication Journal Articles. Paper 1.
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