Media Literacy is concerned with websites and articles and collections of scholarly material on critical thinking and viewing skills for the consumers of news, entertainment, and advertising.
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Center for Media Literacy
National advocate for media literacy education. Develops and distributes books, videos, teaching materials and other programs that promote critical thinking about the media.
Helps families, schools, and communities defend themselves against commercialism, advertising, and marketing. Campaigns focus on culture, education, government, and economy. Includes ideas for action, mailing list, news, and research library.
Articles by or about Emigre, an experimental type foundry in Berkeley, CA. Emigre has had an unprecedented theoretical and real-world effect on the look of advertising around the world.
The Foucault Pages at CSUN
A good place to start if you want to apply the thinking of Michel Foucault to any study of mass media.
Free Minds Online: Responsible Journalism on the Web
On the Internet, we are all the media. Suggestions for evaluating information before you pass it on; links to valuable information sites; discussion groups.
The online version of the magazine: "Harper's editors sift through the culture's vast output of information, searching for gleaming points of significance, and each month present their findings via such original journalistic devices."
Marshall McLuhan Archive
This official not-for-profit web site is maintained by the estate of Marshall McLuhan to ensure the integrity of his name and legacy.
Master New Media
Know-how, resources and tools to facilitate one's ability to learn, communicate and collaborate effectively with new media technologies.
Media Education Foundation
A nonprofit organization devoted to media research and the production of resources to aid educators and others in fostering analytical media literacy.
Media Literacy Clearinghouse
Resources and workshops for K-12 educators promoting critical thinking to help students read media messages.
A bilingual, Canadian educational web site containing a wide range of copy-right cleared resources to help teachers integrate media literacy and web literacy into their classrooms.
Research, information and materials by media literacy speaker and consultant Peter DeBenedittis, Ph.D.
Helps advance research and education in media studies and critical thinking. The site serves as a hub providing links to international news and media studies sites.
"Seminal Influences in Modern American Advertising." An online essay on generative influences in advertising projects from creative director and copywriter Nat Whitten.
Chomsky's home page at MIT. Includes a list of his publications on topics relevant to mass media.
Over the Rainbow
A free online magazine dedicated to media literacy for the entire family. Works to help children and adults not perpetuate stereotypes and generalizations about people of different backgrounds. Provides tips and activities that may help children and their parents become more open-minded media consumers.
PBS Teacher Source - Media Literacy
Features related activities, classroom resources, and professional development information.
Popular Culture and American Culture Association
The PCA and ACA are two academic organizations that focus in part on media studies as well as culture. Open to a very wide range of investigations on scholarly topics.
A nonprofit, public interest organization dedicated to investigative reporting on the public relations industry.
Spark Media Project
A non-profit art and education organization focusing on giving children and youth, parents and teachers, artists and media makers a space to use media critically and creatively.
Essays and media criticism intended to reveal the hidden meanings in TV, film, science fiction, theme parks, virtual realities, politics, advertising and news.
Contains original articles, resources, blogs, podcasts, videos, and links for educators and parents interested in increasing media literacy.
The Validity of Anti-War Criticism
In defense of anti-war criticism by Tim Wise.
What Makes Mainstream Media Mainstream - Noam Chomsky
From a talk at Z Media Institute in 1997. (June 01, 1997)
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