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Media education in selected European countries
Contemporary media education, which operates in various European countries, takes various forms. This article consists of 5 parts. In the first part, the general characteristics of media education were taken. On the other hand, the second part presents the contemporary demand for media education and the media competence necessary in the modern world, without which efficient and wise communication of information through modern media is difficult. The following parts describe media education in selected European countries. Thus, the third part includes media education in France, the fourth – in the United Kingdom, and the last – in Germany. The subject presented in the article is only a sketch of the basic concepts of the presence of media education in selected European countries, and therefore requires indepth research analysis.
Knowledge management is not only technologically. Selected scenarios of media education classes
The theme of not only technological knowledge management using selected scenarios in media education is important for the knowledge society and ethics. The labor market expects effects and efficacy, which is not the same as universal values such as friendship or brotherhood. Finding the meaning of man in a world dominated by knowledge and mass media is an important issue. Thus the purpose of this article is to present personal competence in knowledge management. The aim of the research is to enrich pedagogy with knowledge about (non) technological competencies in selected scenarios of media education. The method of document analysis was used. It has been argued that media education in selected scenarios emphasizes the role of man in knowledge management. As a result, four categories of objectives were addressed, both for personal and technological competence. The conclusion is that not only man is governed by knowledge but also manages this knowledge.
Social media and media education. New job markets
Presenting the definition of media education with all its aspects seems to be a breakneck task. Media education is mostly analyzed in relation to a specific phenomenon or process. Digital media, in particular social media, become an important space for media education. Communication platforms of this type are constantly changing and improving. They create a new kind of instability of knowledge and skills. The aim of this work is to present the perspective of social media as new labor markets in the space of the digital information and skills economy.
The analysis in the theoretical layer was based on the work and perspective of Jan van Dijk – social aspects of new media. The secondary analysis of source data and the secondary analysis of in-depth interviews supplemented with author’s interviews were used in this work.
Media education for elderly. Good practices on of the activities in University of the Third Age at Lublin
The main purpose of the text is to emphasize the need to educate older people. The generation of current elderly grew up in the analogue society. There is a need to equal opportunities in an active presence in the digital society. Media competences acquired through education will meet the needs of self-fulfillment, entertainment or recognition. In the following article, students of the third-century university presented the reasons for enrolling in computer classes and a seminar on media sciences. They also indicated which computer tools they use and how these skills help them to function in a technological society. The article presents author’s research among a group of students of the University of the Third Age in Lublin.
Social networking sites as promotion and public relations tools in the information society – development perspectives
The article aims to familiarize with the development of the Internet as a means of communication and promotion tool as well as public relations in contemporary global society and the society of electronic media. The share of electronic channels in interpersonal communication is constantly growing, becoming a dominant way of media communication in the world. This does not mean that it will be the only way of communication, but it should be noted that it will be the dominant one. The article attempts to approximate the issue of the development of new media in terms of statistics and quantity, but also because of the demographics and geographical location of users. It shows the structures and possibilities as well as potential ways of media development in the future. The statistics come from research centers mainly from the United States of America. The analysis covers general issues of social media, mainly social media portals and their scale of impact on the global society. It should be noted that the attitude of enterprises to society has changed. Thanks to better data, more detailed advertising parameters and a growing user base, social media is one of the ways to invest. Adaptation of social media by older people is constantly growing – which means that more companies can benefit from ads targeted directly to this group. When choosing a social network to advertise, make sure that the adoption of social media by the target age group is high.
Social networking – impact on children and adolescents
The ubiquitous contemporary Internet creates unlimited opportunities to use social networking sites that bring opportunities and benefits to children and young people. In this article, the essence and concept of social networking sites have been characterized and what functions they fulfill. The most popular contemporary social media sites have been listed and described, most of which are used by children and youth – Facebook, Nasza Klasa and Instagram. With the development of mobile devices, children have the possibility of unlimited use of portals that give them great opportunities and opportunities, which is also shown in the article. The fact remains that if something is so popular and widely available, it carries a lot of threats with which the young generation has contact, due to careless and unskilful use in everyday life.
Student personal data and image protection at school – legal aspects
The personal data of students are very important, and their protection from the point of view of the good of the child and the proper functioning of the institution is important. The main legal act that regulates it is the law on the protection of personal data. Teachers’ awareness of the knowledge of the above-mentioned Act and its application and the consequences of its violations is important.
Media psychology towards suicide terrorism
This article is a conclusion of the considerations taken on psychology of media towards suicide terrorism. The phenomenon of suicide has been the subject of interest recently relatively, despite the fact that the mentioned act has been observed and described since antiquity. On the psychological level, suicide is an offense against the unconditional instinct of life and the supreme value of life. The XXIst century brings a lot of different threats as the environment and the whole word around us undergo major, continuous transformations connected with the progress. This progress might be seen from various perspectives and concerns civilization, industry, science or technology. In this article, I focus on terrorism as a major threat of the contemporary world and analyse the phenomenon from the historical and contemporary point of view.
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