Central European Journal of Communication. Volume 13, No 2 (26), Special Issue 2020. Advancing Media Literacy in the Baltic Sea Region

Agnieszka Stępińska, Maarit Jaakkola (red.)
ISSN: 1899-5101
Liczba stron: 164
Format: B5, oprawa broszurowa
Rok wydania: 2020
  • Maarit Jaakkola, Editor’s introduction: Media and information literacy in the Baltic Sea region
  • Lauri Palsa and Saara Salomaa, Media literacy as a cross-sectoral phenomenon: Media education in Finnish ministerial-level policies
  • Kertti Merimaa and Krista Lepik, Information literacy on the political agenda: An analysis of Estonian national strategic documents
  • Anda Rožukalne, Ilva Skulte, and Alnis Stakle, Media education in the common interest: Public perceptions of media literacy policy in Latvia
  • Andrius Šuminas and Deimantas Jastramskis, The importance of media literacy education: How Lithuanian students evaluate online news content credibility
  • Michał Kuś and Paulina Barczyszyn-Madziarz, Fact-checking initiatives as promoters of media and information literacy: The case of Poland
  • Svetlana Shomova, Meme literacy in Russia: Perceptions of internet memes by a student audience and issues of critical thinking
  • Grzegorz Ptaszek, Interview: Media re-education and the need to be constantly updated
  • Book reviews
  • Notes on contributors


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