Media Literacy Key concepts
Academic article focused on the importance of media education to fight disinformation.
An academic article that presents an analysis of content, narratives and representations with a gender perspective in the context of the criticism of the patriarchal ideology that legitimizes gender inequalities.
Online Civic Engagement
UNICEF defines civic engagement as “individual or collective actions in which people participate to improve the well-being of communities or society in general”. It is a fundamental process to democracy, through which people take action, in a collective manner, to address issues of public concern. Read more.
Academic article focused on Social Media and cyber bullying.
Resilience to disinformation and fake news
Today, citizens are highly exposed to large scale disinformation, including false and misleading information, assuming different expressions and conceptualization. As the European Commission states, it is one of Europe’s major challenges. Read more.
Research findings to support the case for media literacy as an aid to journalists and journalism educators in a disruptive age through the fostering of resilient media engagement by young citizens.
Julian McDougall's article that shares research findings to support the case for media literacy education to facilitate resilient media engagement by young citizens.