Title Life Story as a Research Technique for Evaluating Formation Processes in Media Literacy for Social Change. Approaching a Case of Success of the Educational Project "Training, Education and Innovation in Audiovisual Media to Raise Awareness of Hunger "
Authors CAMARERO CALANDRIA, EMMA, VARONA ARAMBURU, DAVID
External publication No
Means Int. J. Media Info. Literacy
Scope Article
Nature Científica
Area International
Web http://ejournal46.com/journals_n/1472720862.pdf
Publication date 15/03/2016
Scopus Id 2-s2.0-85030690408
DOI 10.13187/ijmil.2016.1.4
Abstract Life story has been repeatedly resorted as a research technique in the field of social sciences. The data provided of life stories in the context of the assessment of how learning in media literacy could serve to improve the living condition of an individ
Keywords Audiovisual media; Case study; Education; Empowerment; Life story; Media literacy; Nicaraguan; Qualitative method; Social change; Training
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