Healthy Teens, Healthy Schools : How Media Literacy Education can Renew Education in the United States
By: Domine, Vanessa.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2015Description: 1 online resource (131 p.).ISBN: 9781475813593.Subject(s): Health education -- United States | Media literacy -- Study and teaching -- United States | Schools -- Health promotion services -- United States | Students -- Health and hygiene -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Healthy Teens, Healthy Schools : How Media Literacy Education can Renew Education in the United StatesDDC classification: 371.7/10973 LOC classification: LB1588.U6 D66 2015Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; The Pursuit of Health Literacy; Healthy Teens through Healthy Schools; About This Book; Notes; Chapter One: A Nation at Risk; A Statistical Snapshot; The Conundrum of Obesity; Moving beyond the Data; Notes; Chapter Two: A Social History of Media and Health; The Moral Epoch of Print; Protecting Youth in a Broadcast Era; A Hyper-Focus on Media Effects; What Makes a Public Health Media Campaign Effective?; New Technologies, New Challenges; Notes; Chapter Three: Teen Health: Is There an App for That?; Health Communication 2.0
T2x: A Transmedia Approach to Teen HealthMedia Literacy: Asking Critical Questions; Morphing Analysis into Action; Notes; Chapter Four: The Politics of Adolescent Health; Let's Move to Pepsi; Under the Influence; Government Regulation; The Political Battlefield of the School Cafeteria; Moving Forward; Notes; Chapter Five: A Healthy Curriculum; A Standards-Based Approach; A Transdisciplinary Approach; A Whole School Model; Notes; Chapter Six: It Takes a Village; Mapping the Village; Beyond the Village; Notes; Index
<span><span style=""font-style:italic;"">Healthy Teens, Healthy Schools: How Media Literacy Education can Renew Education in the United States</span><span> reframes health education as a complex terrain that resides within a larger ecosystem of historical, social, political, and global economic forces. It calls for a media literate pedagogy that empowers students to be critical consumers, creative producers, and responsible citizens.</span></span><br /><span><span> </span></span>
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