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Effects of Media Literacy and Self-Expression and Emotion Regulation Strategies on Self-Regulated Learning Abilities For Youth
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 Title & Authors
Effects of Media Literacy and Self-Expression and Emotion Regulation Strategies on Self-Regulated Learning Abilities For Youth
Yuk, Myeung-Sin; Park, Myeung-Sin; Park, Yong-han;
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 Abstract
This study is a professor of media literacy and self-expression and emotion regulation strategies between was conducted to analyze the impact on the self-regulated learning abilities of youth, Media literacy has showed significant influence on self-regulated learning abilities of young people, self-expression and emotion regulation strategies had significant influence on self-regulated learning abilities of young people. In addition, media literacy, self-expression, emotion regulation strategy was found to significantly affect the path to self-regulated learning abilities of young people. Therefore, media literacy plays an important role in the self-regulated learning abilities of young people, self-expression and emotion regulation strategies was found that the effect is mediated between media literacy and self-regulated learning abilities of young people. The results of this study means a lot of hard work and training programs are needed for improving self-regulated learning and self-expression and emotion regulation strategies of youth through the school curriculum and education on media literacy era, which we hope in the future the youth of life necessary for self-expression, emotion regulation strategies, suggest to improve as a practical implication offers a number of implications for school education.
 Keywords
media literacy;self-expression;emotion regulation strategies;youth;Self-regulated learning abilities;
 Language
Korean
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