Media Education in Asia

von: Chi-Kim Cheung

Springer-Verlag, 2009

ISBN: 9781402095290 , 240 Seiten

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Media Education in Asia


 

Contents

5

Contributors

7

Introduction

9

Media Education in Asia

9

Themes in Media Education

10

Media Consumption of Students: Its Negative Influence

10

From Inoculation to Empowerment

12

Policy and Politics

13

Curriculum, Pedagogy, and Resources

14

Media Production

15

The Importance of Partners

17

Networking with Industry

18

Religious Groups

18

The Future of Media Education in Asia

19

References

19

The Times They are a Changing: Media Education

21

Preamble

21

The Changing Society

21

Mastery of Media

22

Media Production

23

Critical Analysis

25

Practising Media Education

26

Conclusion

26

Making Media Education Happen: A Global View

27

The Big Picture

29

Key Issues

31

Aims of Media Education

31

Curriculum Frameworks

32

Learning and Assessment

32

Theory and Practice

34

Partnership

35

Training

35

Needs and Obstacles

36

Note

38

Young People and Participatory Culture: Reconceptualising Australian Media Education for 21st Century Citizenship

39

Inoculation

41

Discrimination

42

Demystification

43

Participation

44

Year 10 Video Games Unit At IBC: Participatory Media Education in Practice

49

Conclusion

55

References

56

A Success Story: Media Teaching in New Zealand

59

Arguments for a National Curriculum:

66

Arguments Against a National Curriculum

66

Other Factors and Conclusions

69

Postscript

70

References

70

Media Education in South Korea: History, Dynamics and Challenges

71

Introduction

71

Early History: From Media Activism to Media Education

72

Recent Changes that Triggered a Wider Interest in Media Education

74

Changes in the Media Environment: 'Digital Exciting' in Korea and Concerned Parents and Teachers

74

Changes in the School Curriculum and the Classroom Environment: From Teaching Through the Media to Teaching About the Media

76

Changes in the Curriculum for Korean Language Education: Incorporating Media Literacy

78

Changes in Youth Policy and Youth Projects: Possibilities and Challenges for Informal Media Learning

80

Challenges for Future Directions

82

References

19

Disciplining Media: A Case Study of Two School Media in Hong Kong

86

Introduction

86

The Two Cultures

87

Media Culture

87

School Culture

88

Encounters Between the Two Cultures

89

Making Use of Media: Educational Media

89

Teaching About Media: Media Education

90

Producing Media: Media Production

91

Owning Media: School Media

92

Post-1997 Hong Kong

93

Two Cases: School R and School T

94

Major Findings

96

Disciplining Media

99

Foucauldian Discipline

99

The Disciplined Media

101

The Three Disciplinary Forces

102

Hierarchical Structure

103

Accountability

103

School Norms: Normalizing Judgments

104

Act Appropriately

105

Schools Have to be Educational

106

Other Disciplinary Forces

107

Harmony

107

Poor Media Performance

108

The Immense School Culture

108

Conclusion

110

References

19

A Study of Media Pedagogies in Three Asian Societies

114

Introduction

114

Methodological Framework: Connecting Theory and Practice

115

The Initiative from Vietnam

116

Learning Reporting Skills, Writing News Stories

116

Health, Environment, and Children's Rights

117

Radio

119

Health, Crime, Gender, and Sustainable Development

120

The Initiative from Kyrgyzstan

121

Dialogue, Democracy, and Development

121

Reproductive Health and Life Planning Skills

122

The Initiative from India

123

Concluding Remarks

125

References

126

Challenges Facing Media Education in India

128

Media Education in India

9

Models of Media Education

129

Inoculation

129

Creating Awareness About Media Technology

129

Criticizing Media Content from a Broad Left Perspective

129

Critical Autonomy

130

Media Appreciation

130

Media Issues

130

Alternative Media

130

'Catch Them Young' Model

131

ICT-Driven Model

131

Demystification in Programming

131

Theory to Practice

132

Training Media Educators

99

The Way Forward

101

Challenges Ahead

135

Conclusion

136

References

19

Media Education in Japan: Concepts, Policies, and Practices

138

Introduction

138

Concepts of Media Literacy

139

Traditional Media Literacy

139

Media Literacy Defined by MIC

139

Skill to Effectively Use Information as Defined by MEXT

140

Computer Literacy

140

Relationships Among these Concepts

35

The Development of Media Education and their History

17

From Early Media Education to the Promotion of the Skill to Effectively Use Information

18

Informatization of Education

131

New Development of Media Education Since New Curriculum Guidelines in 2002

131

Increase in Recognition of the Importance of Media Literacy

131

Media Education in Schools

99

The Actual Media Situation at Schools

99

Compulsory Subjects Related to Information Education

101

Media Education in Various Classes

135

Curriculum on Information Morality

103

Social Support for Media Education

104

Delivery Lessons by Broadcasters and Newspaper Organizations

105

Creative Activities by Using Various Media

154

Development and Provision of Study Materials for Media Education

154

Issues and Future Vision of Media Literacy

156

Introduction of Media Literacy into the Curriculum

108

Further Developments of Study Materials Related to Media Education

157

Development of Training of Teachers

157

Creation/Establishment of a Network Connecting Various Organizations

157

Examination of the Effects of Media Education

157

Conclusion

158

References

159

Opportunities and Challenges for Media Education in Mainland China

163

National Effort and Regulation

163

Research and Practice in the University

165

Situations for Primary and Secondary Education

167

Conclusion

168

References

169

Navigating Through the Mist: Media Literacy Education in Taiwan

170

Introduction

170

The Social Context

171

The Proliferation of Media

171

The Education Reform Movement

172

The Birth of 'Media Literacy Education' Policy

173

Media Literacy Education in Taiwan

173

The Advocates' Discourse on Media Literacy Education

173

The White Paper on Media Literacy Education

179

Navigating Through the Mist -- the Status Quo

183

The Future of Media Literacy Education in Taiwan

185

References

19

Media Education in Singapore 0 New Media, New Literacies?

189

Introduction

189

Singapores Media Landscape

190

Print Media

190

Broadcast Media

190

Internet

193

Mobile Services

192

New Literacies for the Emerging Media Landscape

193

Literacies for Consuming Media

193

Literacies for Creating Media

194

Literacies for Managing Media

195

Media Literacy Education in Schools

195

Media Literacy Education for the Public

197

The Challenges Ahead

198

References

199

Media Education in Thailand: Contexts and Prospects

202

Introduction

202

Mapping Media Literacy

203

Intensified Interest

204

Thailand Media Education in an Era of Change

206

Starts

209

Foundation for Child Development

209

The Daughters of Mary Help of Christians (Salesian Sisters)

210

Catholic Social Communications of Thailand (CSCT)

211

UNESCO Connections

211

ThaiHealth (Thai Health Promotion Foundation)

212

Makhampom Theatre Group

212

Centre of Communication Development and Knowledge Management

213

Thailand Media Literacy Centre

213

Thai Media Policy Advocacy Centre

213

and Stops

214

Momentum

215

References

216

The Significance of Media Education: Current Realities and Future Possibilities

219

When Shall We Start

219

Globalization and the Implications of Branding

220

Media Education, Civic Education and Participatory Media

223

The Place of Media Literacy in 21st Century Literacies

225

Media Education and Career Training

227

Teacher Training and Educational Resources

228

Conclusion

231

References

232

Author Index

234

Subject Index

238