The list below is from the Media Literacy for Citizenship website (eavi.eu)
- Confirmation bias
- Critical thinking
- Fair use
- Fake news
- Freedom of expression
- General Data Protection Regulation
- Imagined Communities
- Manufacture of consent
- Mass media
- Media (medium)
- Media Literacy
- Media ownership
- Media pluralism
- Personal data
- Product placement
- Right to be forgotten
- Right to privacy
- Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- World Wide Web
Many thanks to Miss Brown’s Blog (https://missbrownblog.wordpress.com), where this was originally posted.
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It might be the defining feature of politics in the social media age. So how can you pop your own “filter bubble”?
“As a result of developments in new and digital media, traditional media institutions face a struggle to survive.” Use your case study to discuss this statement.
Data is “retained and subsequently used without the subscriber or registered user being informed… private lives are the subject of constant surveillance”. European Court of Justice – April 2014
With reference to your case study, discuss the extent to which you agree that ‘private lives are the subject of constant surveillance’.
One of the great benefits of new and digital media is that they have enabled audiences to set their own agenda in terms of how they use the media. Does evidence from your
case study support this view? Continue reading “MEST 3 – Past New Digital Media Questions”
“Popular ideas about the self in society have changed, so that identity is today seen as more fluid and transformable than ever before.” David Gauntlett
Use your case study to explore this idea.
“In an increasingly globalised world, the ability to create an ‘alternative’ identity is becoming more difficult.” Does your case study support this view?
Access to social media has empowered people to assert their true identity. Does evidence from your case study suggest that this is the case?
“To argue that audiences have their identities shaped by the media they consume is simply to insult them. People are much smarter than that.’’ Does your case study
indicate that people are ‘much smarter than that’?
Using your own case study, evaluate the appeal of stereotypical representations for
producers and audiences.
Does your case study suggest it is possible for representations to challenge dominant ideologies and values?