Media, television journalism and education
Keywords: Media, education, media literacy, televisual analysis, television journalism
AbstractConvergence causes reconfigurations in the production and consumption of information. Audiences tend to become increasingly participative, but the media still establishes the public agenda. The diffusion of knowledge in distinct devices and languages is a complex challenge to the educational system. Critical and creative interpretations of the media messages contribute to the expansion of knowledge concerning our social reality. This article proposes a reflection on the relevance of the incorporation of the theoretical and methodological dimensions of media literacy and televisual analysis in journalism education and school training for allowing understand the meaning of the audiovisual codes in the making and in the ressignification of media discourses
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Becker, B. (2016). Media, television journalism and education. MATRIZes, 10(1), 149-164. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-8160.v10i1p149-164