`The writers are getting kind of desperate': Young adolescents, television, and literacy

Fisherkeller, JoEllen
April 2000
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy;Apr2000, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p596
Academic Journal
Discusses the roles that a variety of media technologies play in the society and its effects to developing young people's literate knowledge and competencies. Young adolescents' daily life and talk about television; How to approach the adolescents and their daily knowledge of television; Areas of young adolescents' informal learning about the system of television.


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