Category: Law, Policy & Media Ethics

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Contributions of the Media to Polarizing Perspectives

This research found that the general public in the United States perceive youth in foster care (YFC) to be negatively presented by the media. We conducted a demographically representative national survey (N=2487 adults) in which the majority of respondents reported that they believed YFC are at least somewhat accurately portrayed as 1) Victims, 2) Survivors,

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From Policy to Curriculum: Analysing Digital and Media Literacy Initiatives in Asia-Pacific Region

Digital media is the inextricable part of our future, a future which literally defined by the way the next generation is being educated. On the one hand, children and young people are commonly assumed as the “digital natives” –the generation who master the technology. Yet, when it comes to risks, they are considered as the