Von Feilitzen, Cecilia, Ulla Carlsson, and Catharina Bucht. (Eds.). New Questions, New Insights, New Approaches: Contributions to the Research Forum at the World Summit on Media for Children and Youth 2010

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Von Feilitzen, Cecilia, Ulla Carlsson, and Catharina Bucht. (Eds.). New Questions, New Insights, New Approaches: Contributions to the Research Forum at the World Summit on Media for Children and Youth 2010


Von Feilitzen, Cecilia, Ulla Carlsson, and Catharina Bucht. (Eds.). New Questions, New Insights, New Approaches: Contributions to the Research Forum at the World Summit on Media for Children and Youth 2010. Goteborg, Sweden: NORDICOM, 2011. Pp. 275. (Yearbook 2011). ISBN 978-91-86523-21-3 (paper) SKR 200.00.

This volume assembles papers presented at the 2010 World Summit on Media for Children and Youth at Karlstad, Sweden. Participants included not only researchers but teachers, regulators, media professionals, and others--in short, all with an interest in media, children, and youth. The participants themselves came from Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and North America, representing every major research tradition.

The editors have arranged the book into five sections. The first, "New Questions, New Insights, New Approaches" provides overviews of the conference and includes papers on "working principles for change in children's television" developed by producers (Dafna Lemish) and on ways to harness children's television for building democracy in the Middle East and North Africa (Ibrahim Saleh). The second section revisits the long-standing research topic of media literacy and education. Paper topics here include "media literacy empowerment competencies in the elementary grades" (Renee Hobbs, Henry Cohn-Geltner, and John Landis); "the impact of media education on students' media analysis skills" (Chi-Kim Cheung); media literacy assessment in Europe (Jose Manuel Perez Tornero and Mireia Pi); "youth and children in contemporary Brazilian film and television and film and television by youth and children" (Esther Hamburger); and a case study of Egyptian media literacy (Samy Tayie). …

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