Category Archives: Media regulation

Who needs data literacy?

Big data and artificial intelligence concept.

Is ‘data literacy’ a useful response to the datafication of contemporary life – not least of education itself? It all depends, not only on how it’s defined but also on how it is practically implemented.

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Disinfecting Disney? Tackling the history of representation

The Disney Corporation is putting advisory messages about racial stereotyping on some of its historical films and TV shows. How should we deal with problematic representations from the past?

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Teaching social media 1: production

 

A critical media education approach: using the concept of production (a.k.a. institutions or industry) to teach about social media.

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