critical viewing

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Renowned communications scholar at New York University, Postman (1931-2003) and veteran broadcast journalist Powers teamed up to produce the 1992 guide to the critical viewing of television news.
Again this suggests that media literacy education can enable more critical viewing of commercial programming.
Media Violence: Teaching Students Critical Viewing Skills" (May 24) teaches students to analyze the media's impact on their own thinking and actions.
In the brochure Taking Charge of Your TV (Family & Community Critical Viewing Project, 1995), the joining forces of the National PTA, National Cable Television Association and Cable in the Classroom explain, "Literacy is no longer limited to the written word, but also includes the ability to interpret and evaluate the images and sounds that make up our mass media culture.
It is released under the aegis of the Family & Community Critical Viewing Project, a partnership of the National PTA, the National Cable Television Association and cable industry project Cable in the Classroom.
The characters shout widely allusive wisecracks at the screen; somehow, that act of critical viewing makes horrible films incredible fun to watch.
Canon's new REALiS SX60 Multimedia Projector is a high-resolution product, designed to meet the demands of those professionals who desire critical viewing applications (engineers, designers, etc.
family, Apex Series is designed for 24/7 critical viewing applications including command and control rooms, and high security surveillance monitoring.
historical films will continue to exercise an enormous influence over most students; thus it only make sense to equip students with critical viewing capabilities.
Check out the Family and Community Critical Viewing Project's new videos and workbook, offered free.

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