Usos mediáticos y prácticas de producción: estudio de caso con adolescentes de Portugal, España e Italia

Palabras clave: Usos mediáticos, producción mediática, productores, alfabetismo mediático, adolescentes

Resumen

Este artículo presenta algunos de los principales resultados de un estudio realizado con adolescentes de Portugal, España e Italia dentro del proyecto europeo Transmedia Literacy. Analiza los usos de los medios y las prácticas de producción de los adolescentes entre los 12 y 19 años. Los resultados muestran que los adolescentes usan muy a menudo los medios pero pocos tienen prácticas complejas de producción y participación dirigidas a un público diferente al de sus pares.

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Publicado
2018-08-15
Sección
Alfabetismo Transmedia