TITLE

Fomentar la libertad de expresión con la alfabetización mediática mundial

AUTHOR(S)
Moeller, Susan
PUB. DATE
March 2009
SOURCE
Comunicar;2009, Vol. 16, p65
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Freedom of expression is both a life and death matter and a bread and butter issue. Free media that allow a diversity of voices to be heard and all ideas to be discussed play a central role in the sustaining and monitoring of good government, as well as in the fostering of economic development and the encouraging of corporate transparency and accountability. Students in both developed and developing nations need to understand that there is no global issue or political arena in which the statement of problems and the framing of possible solutions are not influenced by media coverage. The Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change is the meeting point where universities from around the world, media organizations and international institutions such as the UN and UNESCO have worked jointly for the first time in order to build a global media literacy curriculum, related lesson plans, exercises and resources to teach students to evaluate the media they read, hear and see, as well as teach them to speak out for themselves. The GML materials are written by a global community for a global community and aim to prepare students the world over for active and inclusive roles in information societies.
ACCESSION #
37219316

 

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