Presentation on theme: "Oxford media convention january 2007 from media regulation to media rights professor david buckingham institute of education, university of london."— Presentation transcript:
oxford media convention january 2007 from media regulation to media rights professor david buckingham institute of education, university of london
from media regulation to media rights how do we view children? through a form of chronic sentimentality… as vulnerable and passive victims of a toxic media culture? as digital natives magically empowered by technology? or as individuals, even as citizens, with rights on their own behalf?
from media regulation to media rights protection in an age of growing access to media with children more technologically competent than their parents with changing family structures and views of child-rearing we need to be thinking about how children can protect themselves
from media regulation to media rights provision do children need childrens television? if they do, whose responsibility is it to provide it? what can/should psb provide that the commercical channels cannot? ofcoms dilemma 1: the food industry, the broadcasters and the health lobby ofcoms dilemma 2: regulating itv
from media regulation to media rights participation in production - as creative media makers, not just consumers in policy-making - as citizens with a voice, not just objects of adult concern how do we make this happen - using new and old media?
from media regulation to media rights education media literacy - empowering the audience more than gestures and good intentions the role of schools - though not only schools what ofcom and dcms are doing what dfes is not doing
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