It's all about the drama!
The necessity of critical media literacy in public education
This paper draws on the experiences of pre-teens and teenagers and their relationships with reality television. Using the lenses of liquid modernity and critical media literacy, I will examine interactions with reality television, and the ways in which young people construct their own meaning and understanding of different forms of media.
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