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The Analysis of Internet Literacy Effect through Education of Producing and Using Multimedia UCC (동영상 UCC 제작 및 활용 교육을 통한 인터넷 리터러시 효과 분석)

  • Ju, Yong-Wan;Hwang, Yong-Suok;Kim, Yang-Eun;Cho, Yeong-Ki
    • The Journal of Korean Association of Computer Education
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    • v.13 no.4
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    • pp.27-39
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    • 2010
  • Internet is taking up as a new culture on the cyber-space beyond a simple hobby as its utilization ratio is rapidly being spread throughout the world. However most education for internet media has been focused on cyber ethics education and internet addiction. Therefore it arises to need to educate internet literacy for positive and desirable usage of internet media raises. Previous research on media eduction doesn't have been analyzed the outcome of media education. In this study, we show the result of internet media education which performed for fostering internet literacy. For the analysis of education result we observed emotional attitude about internet, internet media recognition, efficacy of using internet, and consciousness of internet ethics for middle school student. As a result, there are many changes for emotional attitude about internet, ability of using internet media, and consciousness of internet ethics.

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Analysis of Media Literacy Content Reflected in Middle School Technology and Home Economics Textbooks (중학교 기술·가정 교과서에 반영된 미디어 리터러시 내용 분석)

  • Shim, Jaeyoung;Choi, Saeeun
    • Journal of Korean Home Economics Education Association
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    • v.32 no.2
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    • pp.99-115
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    • 2020
  • The purpose of this study is to analyze the relationship between home economics curriculum and media literacy education. For this purpose, 12 kinds = types of learning materials for middle school 'Technology·Home Economics 2' textbooks were analyzed. After selecting 'Media Literacy Performance Goals(MLPG)' as the basis for analysis, the distribution of media data and reflection of MLPG were analyzed by frequency and content analysis. The results of this study are as follows. First, 39.6% of the learning materials using media materials out of the total learning materials of 12 textbooks, and there were differences in the frequency and weight of learning materials using media materials by publishers. Depending on the type of media, 68.3% of 'printing', 16.7% of 'images, video', 13.5% of 'digital', and 86.5% of the use of unidirectional media. Second, there was a difference in frequency and weight of learning materials reflecting the MLPG by publishers, and it was necessary to supplement the learning content to improve overall media literacy. Among the MLPG reflected in the learning materials, 'meaning and communication' was the most reflected performance goal, with 58.8%, but there was no two-way communication through the media. Based on the results of these textbook analysis, MLPG in Home Economics are revised as follows. 'Understanding the meaning and self-expression', 'Communication and social participation', 'Use of responsible media', 'Appreciation and enjoyment', 'Use of media technology', 'Information search and selection', 'Creation and production', 'Critical understanding and evaluation'.

Study for the Conceptual Variety of Media Education (미디어 교육의 개념 변화에 대한 고찰)

  • Kim, Yang-Eun
    • Korean journal of communication and information
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    • v.28
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    • pp.77-110
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    • 2005
  • This study's purpose is a search for the conceptual variety of media education. For this purpose, media education's surrounding is used to search by two of view. First view is about the condition of media education that includes an advent of new media, consumer's attitude change to user and variety of educational change. And then the variable paradigm of media education are viewed how it is connected with the theories of media with time. Change of surrounding and theoretical variety tell us why concept of media education should be revised. So, in this study, many scholar's definitions of the media education are regarded. From the rally stage of education for the television, the media education's definition has formed as new field. After that, media education expanded to the media literacy as communication competence with an advent of new media. This means that media education would be variably extend to verbal media education, critical interpretation of the contents and communication with community.

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A Study on the School Library as a Development Device of the Constructivism's Learning Method (구성주의 학습기법의 발전방안으로서의 학교도서관에 관한 연구)

  • Suh, Jin-Won
    • Journal of Korean Library and Information Science Society
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    • v.38 no.4
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    • pp.341-356
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    • 2007
  • I purposed to identify the relationship between the constructivism and the school library in this study. This study was done on the contexts, concepts and characters of constructivism and constructivism's learning method. And also it was done on the role of school library and media specialist, especially on the information literacy education. Finally I suggested it in this study that constructivism's learning method can be completed effectively through the school library and information literacy education.

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Factors Influencing Internet Media Credibility among College Students (대학생들의 인터넷 미디어 신뢰도에 영향을 미치는 요인 고찰 - 미디어 리터러시 역량을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Yon-Jong;Ahn, Jung-Im
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.19 no.2
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    • pp.438-449
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    • 2019
  • This study explored the perception of internet media credibility and influencing factors among college students who are routine users of internet-based media. Media literacy competences are of primary interest among others in that users' media literacy such as information evaluation, critical understanding of media, and information sharing are assumed to be related to media credibility. The results of analysis revealed critical understanding ability to be statistically significant and consistently influencing factor. Users with more critical view on media ownership, represented reality, commercial intention of media seemed less likely to trust internet media. Whereas media use motive for information was found to be a strong predicting factor, motive for pleasure showed no relationship with credibility. Based on the findings, suggestions for new research and limitations of the study were discussed.

An analysis of Adolescents' media literacy: How do they read, write, and enjoy information and communication media? (읽기, 쓰기, 향유 체험을 중심으로 본 청소년의 미디어 리터러시 분석)

  • Shin, Namin;Ahn, Hwasil
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.14 no.8
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    • pp.3777-3785
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    • 2013
  • This study aimed to find out adolescents' media literacy in terms of reading, writing, and enjoying media or messages. For the purpose, we analyzed the data garnered from 1,036 students enrolled in 5 middle and 5 high schools, respectively. The analyses of the data are summarized as follows: First, mobile phone was most widely used among others, followed by TV, the Internet, mp3 player, computer or video game, radio, a video or DVD in the order. Second, a gender effect was significant in terms of the variety of activities with the Internet, mobile, and SNS: boys were more active in the use of the Internet while girls carried out more activities with a mobile phone and SNS media. Third, high school students showed more critical attitude towards information on the Website than did the middle school students. Fourth, Girls than boys, and high schoolers than middle schoolers, tended to be more active in the production of contents, self-expression, as well as participating in social and political issues online. Fifth, for the enjoyment experiences, time spent for games took up the most of the students' leisure activities, followed by watching TV and the use of the Internet. The findings of the study were discussed in light of media convergence, with implications for developing media literacy education for the youth.

A Study on Digital Media Literacy Growth Possibility for Children: Focusing on Lacan's Desire Theory (아동을 위한 디지털미디어 리터러시 성장성 연구: 라캉의 욕망이론을 중심으로)

  • Hwangbo, Wonju;Wui, Minyoung
    • Journal of Korea Multimedia Society
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    • v.20 no.2
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    • pp.420-428
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    • 2017
  • In recent trends, the first age of digital device usage has been significantly getting low and the using frequencies for younger generation have been gradually increasing. Also, while there were more negative opinions of this trend in the past, the new idea is changing to more needs of training and approaches for children's sound using guidelines for digital device. In fact, people believe the new generation will face more advanced future, called the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The purpose of the paper is first to explain about the Jacques Lacan's concept of desire theory in order to understand the human's unconscious level through His desire theory. Second, the paper identifies how this unconscious level is affected to ethical aspects of new generations whose unconscious level are frequently and early exposed to digital media. Lastly, the paper will present the necessity of digital literacy education as well as future direction. Furthermore, the paper review for what is the ethics and positive guidelines of digital media for children who will become the future citizens in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Media Literacy Education in the Australian Curriculum: Media Art (호주 국가교육과정 예술과목 'Media Art' 에 나타난 미디어 리터러시 교육)

  • Park, Yoo-Shin
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.271-310
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    • 2017
  • This paper examines the composition and the content of media art which is an art education subject in a national curriculum of Australia; and discusses implications for Korean education curriculums. Media covered by Media Art subject in Australia are the multi types of general media including TV, movie, video, newspaper, radio, video game, the internet, and mobile media; and their contents. The purpose of ACARA's media art education curriculum is to improve creative use, knowledge, understanding, and technology of communication techniques for multiple purposes and the audiences. Through the Media Art subject, both the students and the community are able to participate in the actual communications with the rich culture surrounding them and to develop the knowledge and understanding of the 5 core concepts of language, technology, system, audience and re-creation while testing the culture. The implication of this study is as the following. ACARA's media art education curriculum has been developed as an independent educational program and has a special significance within Australian education curriculums. Although ACARA's media art education curriculum is formed as an independent subject, it is suggested within the curriculum to instruct in close connection with other subjects upon execution. Its organization and elaborateness in curriculum composition are very effective in terms of the teacher's teaching-learning design and as well as the evaluation. This seems to show a good model of leading media literacy curriculum. ACARA's media art education curriculum can be a great reference in introducing media literacy to Korean national education curriculums.

Influence of Media Literacy and Self-esteem on Sexual Permissiveness among High School Students (미디어리터러시, 자아존중감이 고등학생의 성개방성에 미치는 영향)

  • Lee, Gyu-Young;Song, Seung-Hun
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.740-749
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    • 2016
  • This study investigated effect of media lieteracy and self-esteem on sexual permissiveness among high school student in order to develop a sex education program. The participants were 639 high school students from Seoul, Kyeonggi, and Incheon in Korea. According to the regression analysis, sexual permissiveness was explained by sex, economic status, SML1, SE family. The results suggested that it is important to develop a sex education program that focuses on enhancing media literacy and family-related self-esteem to raise the right sex attitude of adolescents.

The Study of High School Students' Environmental Literacy

  • Shin, Dong-Hee;Chu, Hye-Eun;Ko, Hee-Ryung;Lee, Eun-Ah
    • Journal of the Korean earth science society
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    • v.25 no.3
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    • pp.185-193
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    • 2004
  • The purpose of this study is to explore high school students' environmental literacy and from its result, to suggest ways to reform environmental education. 1047 students from Seoul and Kyeongki province participated in the survey. The questionnaire consisted of four criteria of environmental literacy including knowledge, skill, attitude and behavior. The result was analyzed and the factors which affect high school students environmental literacy were explored. From this result, we made suggestions to improve environmental education as follows. First, environmental education in school should focus on knowledge criterion. Though school environmental education has been helpful for students to build environmental literacy in attitude and behavior criteria, its effect has not been good enough in knowledge criterion. Second, science education can enhance students' environmental literacy. Students who like science best and students who belong to science major classes were reported to possess better understanding in knowledge criterion. Also, students who like life science appeared to have a more positive attitude in environmental literacy. Third, informal education must be considered to form students' environmental literacy. In particular, the effect of mass media is inarguable. Thus, we should find a way to link formal education and informal education to improve environmental education. Fourth, high school students' interest in the environment must be encouraged since it is evident that higher interest would result in better outcome in environmental education.