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Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview. Contributor Fraser, Pete, editor of compilation. Wardle, Jonathan, editor of compilation. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Back to the Future? Educating Media Educators-- Kate Domaille 6. Emerging Pedagogies-- Helen Keegan Cultural Disneyland? Not 'philosophy of media education', but 'media education as philosophy': Working With 'creativity'-- Mark Readman Unlike other books, which focus on a particular sector or offer a guide to teaching for particular exam specifications, this book seeks to widen the debate and offers perspectives on where media education has been and where it might be going.

With chapters from leading figures in the field, including David Buckingham and Henry Jenkins, Current Perspectives in Media Education brings together a range of viewpoints from across all sectors, from primary to university and including accounts from the UK, USA, Canada and Australia. Bibliographic information. Publication date ISBN hbk. Browse related items Start at call number: P