La competencia mediática en niños y jóvenes: La visión de España y Ecuador

Marín-Gutiérrez, Isidro; Díaz-Pareja, Elena; Aguaded, Ignacio
December 2013
Chasqui (13901079);dic2013, Issue 124, p41
Academic Journal
Education in the media is a current need that cannot omit. In our societies the many hours dedicated to being in front of screens. So audiovisual communication becomes very important in digital societies. But society in general and our school in particular lack of media skills with which to face the media. This article attempts to give an overview of the meaning of media competition and see what has been done so far in the school of Ecuador and Spain.


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