Media Development 2023/3
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[caption id="attachment_57989" align="alignleft" width="190"] MD 2023/3[/caption] Media Development 2023-3 Who is talking with the audience? Understanding the importance of media literacy as an instrument of public policy-making is essential to promoting democracy and dialogue. Investigating “Who is talking with the audience?” leads to wider audience engagement and concerted...

Versión en español a continuación This issue of WACC’s journal Media Development presents texts in English and Spanish on the theme “Who is talking with the audience? Understanding audience engagement and media literacy efforts today”. To focus on these questions, we invited contributors with technical knowledge and...

Renee Hobbs The United States is now experiencing significant levels of political extremism, rage, and anti-government activism that is associated with targeted violence and domestic terrorism (Bergengruen, 2022). Domestic terrorism is intended to inflict injuries beyond the direct victims by threatening and intimidating entire communities. All around...

Laura Martínez Aguila Las defensorías de las audiencias en México reciben comunicaciones de las audiencias a través de las cuales pueden identificar y procesar necesidades específicas enfocadas al diseño e implementación de herramientas de Alfabetización Mediática e Informacional (AMI) en español, Literacia Mediática en portugués. Las...