TITLE

La alfabetización mediática en la televisión infantil online: programas del Canal Pakapaka

AUTHOR(S)
Sánchez-Carrero, Jacqueline; Méndiz-Rojas, Heleny
PUB. DATE
December 2013
SOURCE
Chasqui (13901079);dic2013, Issue 124, p55
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Pakapaka is a channel for children created for them to learn playfully. In this paper we describe the reasons why it is considered a children's television online model. We also make reference to its programming, which airs both traditional television as the Internet. For other side, we focus on some of the programs that have as argument the audiovisual medium itself, thus contributing to media literacy. Programs that deal with the media do use it as a central argument or developing episodes in an environment where are present media.
ACCESSION #
94445912

 

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