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Culture Jams: Critical Media Literacy in the Digital/Multimedia Classroom

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This web text examines the pedagogical theories at the intersection of critical media literacy and culture jamming and posits a nuanced definition of the latter, both as pedagogy and as practice, appropriate for a multimodal classroom. These theories underlie the subsequent description of how culture jamming could be enacted in three phases in a first-year composition course, and inform the closing discussion of challenges faced by culture jamming in the curriculum. The images, links, and references contained here may hopefully provide some resources for teachers and students engaged in culture jamming projects.

The link address is: http://www.bgsu.edu/cconline/ethics_special_issue/york_jam/

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