Reading the Media

Anadolu University
Today individuals may be perceived as a passive recipient of visual, auditory and

written media messages. However, rather than being a passive recipient, we can

have media literacy skills that help us read the media, achieve the level of

consciousness that make us solve language of the media, and be active parties in

media communication. This course will enable participants to distinguish between

fact and fiction presented in the media, and to develop understanding of why and

how the media manipulates certain events and incidents.

The target audience of this two-week course is those who wish to develop

awareness of reading the media and critical approach to media coverage.

Examples selected from the media will be used to improve media reading skills of

participants. Participants can contact the instructor to ask any questions about

the course.

Language: Turkish


Duration: 0 weeks

Hours of study: 25 hours

EQF-Level: EQF level 5 - Foundation/Diploma of Higher Education



Delivery mode: Learn anywhere online



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