Researching Media Literacy: Pitfalls and Possibilities
by Roy F. Fox — 2005
Media literacy research is no longer comparable to the early Wright Brothers creations; actually, it is more akin to a jet plane as it taxis toward the runway. Researching media literacy is one of the most important, exciting, and intriguing intellectual experiences available to scholars, regardless of whether they consider themselves to be “text dominant” or “media dominant,” and regardless of their disciplinary home, as imagery-laden electronic media and print reach into every corner of every discipline. Research in media literacy luxuriates in rich possibilities, but it also has its pitfalls.
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