Education in and about the media is expanding across Europe and, like the industries it studies, is changing rapidly. The future of media education is a matter of live concern in all European countries, as educators and practitioners throughout the continent come together to learn from each other and to plan for the changes to come. Media Education Across Europe identifies the exciting developments now taking place within and across the boundaries of European nation-states. Essays from eight countries - the U.K., France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Sweden and the Netherlands - explore the development of courses and approaches to the subject in each country. The contributors also consider the prospects for European collaboration in media education; the possibilities opening up for graduate employment and the future conflict - and co-operation - between media teachers and media employers.French, one or two Italian, and a number of commercial stations, like RITA RTL+, CNN, MTV, Super Channel, Eurosport. ... Membership of a broadcasting company is connected with subscription to a TV-guide. Every company puts out one oranbsp;...
|Title||:||Media Education Across Europe|
|Author||:||David French, Michael Richards|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 1994|