Hacia una alfabetización en medios: ejemplos en contextos de habla portuguesa Towards a media literacy: examples of the Portuguese speaking context
Author(s)Vitor Reia Baptista
Pedagogía de la comunicación
Citizenship and civic sense
Communication. Mass media
Language and Literature
DOAJ:Media and communication
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AbstractLos niveles de alfabetización en relación a los medios de comunicación vienen condicionados por las características de los contextos locales y globales en los que se desarrollan e integran los mismos. En este artículo se presentan algunos ejemplos concretos que permitirán obtener un conocimiento más cercano a la realidad que se produce en Portugal, así como en otros contextos de habla portuguesa. The levels of media literacy, their nature or even their lack, can show differences or similarities, according to the local and global contexts where they are developed and practiced. The following examples, though of fragmentary nature, are an eventual contribution towards a better knowledge of existing reality in this field both in Portugal and in some other local and global Portuguese speaking contexts.
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