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Making Sense of the Media: A Handbook of Popular Education Techniques

$17.00

Paperback, 124 pages
ISBN: 0-85345-880-4
Released: January 1997

Making Sense of the Media is a handbook for teaching critical analysis of the mass media. Lively, clear, and richly illustrated, it is designed for classroom use in any group setting, including high school, adult literacy, ESL, labor, and community organizing. Its lessons empower students by developing their ability to understand and analyze messages found in advertising, political campaigns, television news, soaps, sitcoms, and melodramas.

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SKU: mrp8804 Categories: ,
Topics: Education Media Philosophy Places: Global

Publication Date: January 1997

Number of Pages: 128

Paperback ISBN: 9780853458807

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