Author: Tomasz Huk
Institution: University of Silesia in Katowice
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1082-5826
Year of publication: 2018
Source: Show
Pages: 114-123
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/athena.2018.60.07
PDF: apsp/60/apsp6007.pdf

Modern digital media not only provide the ways of gaining numerous benefits, but also pose some risks. This applies to adults as well as to children and adolescents who are the victims but also perpetrators of the disjunctive use of the media. The aim of this article is to indicate antinomies in the Polish education policy regarding the secure use of digital media, mainly such as computer, smartphone, and the Internet. The research analyses the most popular portals offering the e-mail service and uses the document analysis method for indicating the inconsistency between legal acts and ordinances of the minister in charge of education and upbringing.

POLSKA POLITYKA OŚWIATOWA W ZAKRESIE BEZPIECZNEGO KORZYSTANIA Z MEDIÓW CYFROWYCH

Współczesne media cyfrowe nie tylko umożliwiają człowiekowi osiągnięcie wielu korzyści, lecz są również przyczyną pojawiających się zagrożeń. Zjawisko to dotyczy zarówno osób dorosłych, jak i dzieci i młodzieży, będących ofiarami, ale i sprawcami dysjunktywnego korzystania z mediów. Celem artykułu jest wskazanie antynomii w polityce oświatowej państwa polskiego dotyczących bezpiecznego korzystania z mediów cyfrowych, głównie takich jak: komputer, smartfon, Internet. W badaniach przeanalizowano najpopularniejsze portale oferujące usługę poczty elektronicznej oraz zastosowano metodę analizy dokumentów, która umożliwiła wskazanie braku spójności aktów prawnych i rozporządzeń właściwego ministra do spraw edukacji i wychowania.

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