(xviii) Media literacy (NEW)

Media literacy in violence prevention

Farvid, P. (2017). Gender Equality Education and Media Literacy: Primary Prevention Strategies in New Zealand. In B. Glenda Tibe (Ed.), Global Currents in Gender and Feminisms (pp. 107-125): Emerald Publishing Limited.

Fingar, K. R., & Jolls, T. (2014). Evaluation of a school-based violence prevention media literacy curriculum. Injury prevention, 20(3), 183-190.

Moorhouse, E. A., & Brooks, H. (2020). Critical media literacy approaches to violence prevention: A research note. Journal of Media Literacy Education, 12(1), 84-99.

Scharrer, E. (2006). “I Noticed More Violence:” The Effects of a Media Literacy Program on Critical Attitudes Toward Media Violence. Journal of Mass Media Ethics, 21(1): 69.

UNESCO. (2019). The Big Conversation: Handbook to address violence against women in and through the media.

Webb, T., & Martin, K. (2012). Evaluation of a US school-based media literacy violence prevention curriculum on changes in knowledge and critical thinking among adolescents. Journal of Children and Media, 6(4), 430-449.

Webb, T., Martin, K., Afifi, A. A., & Kraus, J. (2010). Media Literacy as a Violence-Prevention Strategy: A Pilot Evaluation. Health promotion practice, 11(5), 714-722. doi:10.1177/1524839908328998


Media literacy: General commentary

Jeong, S. H., Cho, H., & Hwang, Y. (2012). Media literacy interventions: A metaanalytic review. Journal of Communication, 62(3), 454-472.

Vahedi, Z., Sibalis, A., & Sutherland, J. E. (2018). Are media literacy interventions effective at changing attitudes and intentions towards risky health behaviors in adolescents? A meta-analytic review. Journal of Adolescence, 67, 140-152.