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Learning online: e-learning and the domestic market

Professor David Buckingham | Education | 01 March 2002

In the last few years, the internet has come to play an increasingly important role in education, both at home and in schools. As the number of computers in schools has risen, computers have also been marketed to parents as an educational resource. L ...

Developing media literacy: from research to practice

Professor David Buckingham | 01 February 2012

This project is a programme of knowledge exchange activities following on from a recently completed esrc-funded research project ‘developing media literacy: towards a model of learning progression’. Researchers are working with some of th ...

The development of television literacy in middle childhood and adolescence

Professor David Buckingham | Psychology | 01 October 1989

This research will investigate the development of childrens competencies as television viewers between the ages of seven and twelve. The research will be primarily qualitative, and will concentrate particularly on the ways in which interpretations of ...

Children's media culture: education entertainment and the public sphere

Professor David Buckingham | Sociology | 01 July 1996

Application abstract: this research is concerned with the ways in which children are constituted and defined as a specific audience for the television and related media. It focuses specifically on the changing relationship between education and enter ...

Changing sites of education: educational media and the domestic market

Professor David Buckingham | Education | 01 December 1999

In the past decade, the home has become a more and more important site for education. Parents are increasingly being urged to provide educational support for their children; and there is now a massive boom in educational publishing aimed at the domes ...

Developing media literacy: towards a model of learning progression

Professor David Buckingham | Education | 01 January 2009

Media literacy has recently become a prominent theme in uk cultural policy. However, teachers have been seeking to develop media literacy in schools for many years, both by means of specialised media studies courses with older students, and through i ...

Rethinking youth cultures in the age of global media

Professor David Buckingham | Sociology | 01 January 2009

This seminar series addressed the globalised dimensions of youth cultures, and the conceptual frameworks through which they are understood. The series generated an international dialogue between scholars from (for example) south korea, india, eastern ...

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