Media Awareness Network

Media Awareness Network provides resources about media literarcy, for educators and parents. In particular, it offers well-organized examplary media education programs for teachers. As discused in Module 2, the stereotyping of indigenous people in media needs to be critically examined and, for that purpose, media literacy education is required. Since the Internet allows its users an extensive and almost unlimited access to a wide range of information, it is especially important for young people to be discreet and critical about a plethora of images, narratives, and commodities on indigenous people which they don’t know much. In this regard, the Media Awareness Netowork seems a very useful site for educators to guide young people. 
Ky (#1: Module 2).

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