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Media Literacy Reference
Manovich holds that new media objects assure users that their choices are unique, rather than preprogrammed and shared with others. Thoman and Jolls observe that to be a functioning adult in a mediated society, one needs to be able to distinguish between different media forms and know how to ask...
Media Literacy Reference
The levels of media literacy, their nature or even their lack, can show differences or similarities, according to the local and global contexts where they are developed and practiced. The following examples, though of fragmentary nature, are an eventual contribution towards a better knowledge of existing reality in this field...
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