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Kids who Make News are Better Citizens
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Kids who Make News are Better Citizens

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Renee Hobbs presents on a Civic Engagement and Advocacy panel on March 5, 2103 at SXSWEdu in Austin Texas.

Renee Hobbs presents on a Civic Engagement and Advocacy panel on March 5, 2103 at SXSWEdu in Austin Texas.

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  • 1. How Do How Attitudes towards News Media, Media Literacy and Video ProductionContribute to Adolescent Civic Engagement? Renee Hobbs, Renee Hobbs Katie Donnelly, Jonathan Friesem & Mary Moen Media Education Lab Harrington School of Communication and Media University of Rhode Island www.mediaeducationlab.com
  • 2. How Do How Attitudes towards News Media, Media Literacy and Video ProductionContribute to Adolescent Civic Engagement? PILOT STUDY N = 85 HS students 61% African American 33% Caucasian 3% Hispanic/Latino RESEARCH METHOD Online survey
  • 3. ATTITUDESPRODUCTION SKILLS TOWARDS MEDIA CIVIC Non-technical skills ENGAGEMENT Media Cynicism Technical skills Media Self-Interest Sign an online petition Positive Value of News IN-CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES Express an opinion to news mediaPre-Production MEDIA LITERACY Blog about anProduction issuePost-Production Write an opinion letter
  • 4. How Do How Attitudes towards News Media, Media Literacy and Video ProductionContribute to Adolescent Civic Engagement? OTHER VARIABLES THAT DID NOT AFFECT CIVIC ENGAGEMENT • Attitudes Towards School • Leadership • Collaboration • Intellectual Curiosity • Vocational Interest in Media • News Media Use Media Education Lab
  • 5. How Do How Attitudes towards News Media, Media Literacy and Video ProductionContribute to Adolescent Civic Engagement? Renee Hobbs, Renee Hobbs Katie Donnelly, Jonathan Friesem & Mary Moen Media Education Lab Harrington School of Communication and Media University of Rhode Island www.mediaeducationlab.com

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