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The Resource Media Literacy Education in China

Media Literacy Education in China

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Media Literacy Education in China
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Media Literacy Education in China
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Media Literacy Education in China
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Media Literacy Education in China
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Contents
  • Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1 The Challenges of Developing Media Literacy Education in China -- 2 Theorising the Implementation of Media Literacy Education -- 3 Practising Media Literacy Education in Schools: Case Study in Mainland China -- 4 Argument for Practising Media Literacy Education in Hong Kong -- 5 Reasons for the Implementation of Media Literacy Education: Responding to the Trend in China -- 6 Development Through Learning from One Another -- References -- Teaching and Learning Media Literacy in China: The Uses of Media Literacy Education -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Development of Media Literacy Education in China: University-Driven Initiatives -- 3 Structuration Theory and the Use of Media Literacy -- 4 Methodological Note -- 5 The University-Driven Media Literacy Project in Zhejiang Province -- 6 Agency Efforts to Bring Media Literacy Education to Schools -- 6.1 Knowledgeable Agents -- 6.2 Meeting the Goals of the Government -- 6.3 The University's Motivations for Launching the Media Literacy Project -- 7 Media Literacy Agenda of Schools -- 7.1 Hangzhou Xiayan Middle School: Building a Reputable Characteristic School -- 7.2 Jiaxing Xiushui Senior High School: Seeking Career Development -- 7.3 Yongkang Dasixiang Primary School: Training Future Leaders -- 7.4 Jinyun Changkeng Primary School: Cultivating Ethical Citizens -- 8 Nurturing Ethical Media Users -- 9 Conclusion and Discussion -- Appendix 1: List of Cited Interviewees -- References -- Bringing Media Literacy Education into the School Curriculum: A Trilevel Adoption of Innovation Model -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Education Reform, Liberal Studies, and Media Literacy Education -- 3 Studies on the Adoption of Educational Innovation -- 4 Methodological Note -- 5 Schoolteachers' Adoption of Media Literacy Education in Hong Kong
  • 6 Reflective Teachers and the Adoption of Media Literacy Education -- 7 The Social Context of the Adoption of Media Literacy Education Innovation -- 8 Conclusion -- References -- Digital Media Use by Chinese Youth and Its Impact -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Design of Study -- 2.1 Research Questions -- 2.2 Inclusion-Exclusion Criteria of Literature -- 2.3 Literature Search -- 2.4 Data Analysis -- 3 Results -- 3.1 Characteristics of Media Use by Chinese Youth -- 3.2 Factors Affecting Chinese Youth's Media Use -- 3.3 Impact of Media Use on Chinese Youth -- 3.3.1 Sociocultural and Intercultural Aspects -- 3.3.2 Technology: Motivation and Learning -- 3.3.3 Health Issues -- 4 Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- Confidence Building, Empowerment, and Engagement: An Argument for Practicing Media Literacy Education in Special Education Settings in Hong Kong -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Disability as We Understand It: Medical Model versus Social Model -- 3 Disabling the Public's Perceptions of the Disabled: Twisted Images from the Media -- 4 How Does Media Literacy Education Help? -- 4.1 Confidence Building: Combating Media Stereotypes -- 4.2 Empowerment: Encouraging Social Participation -- 4.3 Engagement Through Media Production -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Using News Narratives to Learn About Gender Ideologies in Contemporary China -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Gender Role Socialisation -- 3 The Role of Media in the Formation of Gender Role Ideologies -- 4 Scales of Gender Ideology -- 5 Methods -- 6 Findings and Discussion -- 7 Conclusion -- References -- Opportunities for Implementing Media Literacy Education as an Obesity Prevention Strategy in China -- 1 The Obesity Epidemic in China -- 2 Food Marketing and Childhood Obesity -- 2.1 Food Advertising Expenditures in China -- 2.2 What Children See in Food Advertising -- 2.3 Food Marketing Tactics
  • 3 How Food Marketing Contributes to Obesity -- 4 Solutions to Childhood Obesity -- 4.1 Regulatory Approaches -- 4.2 Problems of Implementing Regulatory Approaches -- 4.3 Why Regulation May Not Work in China -- 5 Media Literacy as Obesity Prevention Strategy -- 5.1 Existing Media Literacy Programs in China -- 5.2 Lessons Learned from Prior Nutrition-Based Media Literacy Programs -- 5.3 Opportunities for Obesity Prevention Strategy in China -- 5.4 Additional Strategies for Teaching Media Literacy -- 5.5 Incorporating Cultural Values and Dimensions into Media Literacy Programs -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- Media and Its Influences on Adolescents' Identity in Hong Kong -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Past Media Research -- 2.1 Negative Aspects of the Mass Media: Image, Sexuality, and Aggression -- 2.2 Positive Aspects of the Mass Media -- 2.3 Mass Media Influences on Adolescents in Hong Kong -- 3 Overview -- 4 The Study -- 4.1 Procedures -- 4.2 Participants -- 5 Results and Discussion -- 5.1 Time Actively Spent on Media per Week and Types of Mass Media Exposure -- 5.2 Contents of the Mass Media -- 5.3 Reasons for Media Choices -- 5.4 Personal Identity vs. Media Values -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- School Initiative of Media Literacy Education in the Context of the National Curriculum Reform -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Background of the Primary School -- 2.1 The Educational Philosophy of the School -- 3 Media Literacy Education in the Context of Curriculum Reform -- 3.1 The National Curriculum Reform as an Agent for Media Literacy Education -- 3.2 The Objective of Media Literacy Education in the Primary School -- 3.3 Media Literacy Education in Response to the National Curriculum Reform -- 4 Media Literacy Education as a School Initiative -- 4.1 School Promotion via a Grassroot Collaborative Project
  • 4.2 The Effort from the Principal and Teachers for Curriculum Innovation -- 5 Approaches of Media Literacy Education in the Primary School -- 5.1 As an Independent School-Based Curriculum -- 5.2 As an Integrated Part Across Multiple Subjects -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- Integrating Media Literacy Education into the School Curriculum in China: A Case Study of a Primary School -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Arguments for Implementing Media Education in the Primary Curriculum -- 2.1 The Increased Use of Media and Technological Advances -- 2.2 Media Literacy Education as Motivation in Children's Learning -- 2.2.1 Motivational Learning -- 2.2.2 Developing Media Pedagogy through Media Literacy Education Lessons and Media Production -- 3 The Development of Media Literacy Education in China -- 4 The Case Study -- 4.1 The Background of the Primary School -- 4.2 Data Collection Procedures -- 4.3 Media Literacy Education as an Integrated Part across Multiple Subjects -- 5 Results -- 5.1 Moral Education -- 5.2 Mathematics Education -- 5.3 Information Technology Education -- 5.4 Incorporating Media Literacy Education into Integrated Practical Activities -- 6 Discussion -- 7 The Trend towards Integrating Media Literacy Education into the School Curriculum -- 8 Limitation of the Study -- 9 Conclusion -- References -- Internationalising China's Digital Media Literacy Education -- 1 Structural Change in China's Media Literacy Education -- 1.1 Modernisation with Cultural Authenticity -- 1.2 Digital Literacy Strategies -- 1.3 Employment Impacts -- 2 Traditional Chinese Approaches to Media Production Education -- 2.1 Traditional to Digital Transition -- 2.2 Employment Considerations -- 2.3 Internationalisation Considerations -- 2.4 Survey of Twelve Chinese Media Schools -- 2.5 Balancing Internationalisation with National Sovereignty
  • 3 Western Approaches to Media Production Education -- 3.1 Western Entertainment-Based Education -- 3.2 School Character Localised by Faculty Staff -- 3.3 Festival Strategy for Internationalisation -- 3.4 Science and Non-entertainment Media Education -- 3.5 Online Newspaper's the 'New Television' -- 4 Meta-Curricula Objectives -- 4.1 Building a Coherent Digital Curriculum -- 4.2 International Outcomes Comparison with Sport -- 4.3 Old Transactional vs. New Transformational Pedagogy -- 4.4 Developing Students' Problem-Solving Abilities -- 4.5 Measuring Higher Synthesis Skills in Media Students -- 5 The Art of Factual Communication -- 5.1 Tools for Fostering Creative Communities -- 5.2 Massive Open Online Courses as Tools for Educational Internationalisation -- 5.3 MOOC Strategies -- 5.4 MOOC Strategy 1: Building National Capability -- 5.5 MOOC Strategy 2: Exerting International Influence -- 5.6 Export Media Profits or Respect -- 6 Incentive-Based Education -- 6.1 E-Learning for Mass Education -- 6.2 Non-unified Western Approach to E-Learning -- 6.3 Australian Curricular Diversity Model -- 6.4 European Erasmus Cooperation Model -- 6.5 USA Large-Systems Education Model -- 6.6 Benefits of Cal State and SUNY Systems -- 6.7 Merging Media Teaching Organisations -- 6.8 Chinese-Foreign Strategic Collaboration -- 6.9 Transition to New Curriculum -- 7 Maintaining National Identity in International Education -- 7.1 Beginnings of New Market Media Education Exchanges -- 7.2 Application of Media Education for New-Economy Employment -- 7.3 Lowering Education Delivery Cost to Increase Mass Outcomes -- 7.4 Intellectual Property Considerations -- 8 Conclusion -- 8.1 Traditional Education Limits on Growth -- 8.2 Importance of Strategic Digital Literacy and Cooperation -- References -- The Future of Media Literacy Education in China: The Way Forward -- 1 Introduction
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