Category: Media Literacy

  • Free Expression as Moral, Social, and Political Action – On Discovering Foucault

    As a undergraduate student of Communications, I’ve had an opportunity to see how communications theory is approached at a couple of different schools. Now studying under the Digital Media Literacy program (online) at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, at Arizona State University, happily I’ve been introduced to the writings of Michel […]

  • Reading about Media Literacy – Three Books

    Within formal studies of media literacy, a school library may provide access to an expansive range of literary resources. Literature services such as ProQuest and EBSCO would provide access to dissertations, academic articles, and published books. Schools and professional institutions may also provide access to book services such as O’Reilly learning (formerly Safari Books Online) […]

  • Weekend Read: Why Blog? by Sarah Pedersen

    This weekend, I was searching for eBooks about media ethics at Safari Books Online. I’ve discovered a work about a more general topic, namely Blogging as a form of communication. Sarah Pedersen’s Why Blog? provides a wholly original and well researched perspective to the topic of the work’s title, in essence, Blogging. An excerpt from […]

  • Personal Media Diary, 22 August, 2022

    Personal Media Diary for Monday, 22 August, 2022. (Content available beneath the fold)