Achievements and Difficulties - Review Ten Years of Media Literacy Education in China



Relevant research and practices of China's media literacy education have a history of ten years. It achieved rapid development through the efforts from all walks of life. Combined with the experience of developed countries in the world, this article elaborates on the achievement of media literacy education as well as analyzes the difficulties faced with China’s media literacy education from theoretical research, mass base, government support, teacher training and other aspects. It also tries to offer some suggestion and opinions.
Key Words: Media literacy education; China; achievements; difficulties
Résumé: Les recherches et les pratiques dans la formation à la maîtrise de l'information et des médias de la Chine ont une histoire de dix ans. Elle a atteint un développement rapide grâce aux efforts de tous les milieux de la société. Tout en se combinant avec les expériences des pays développés dans le monde, cet article donne des précisions sur les réussites de la formation à la maîtrise de l’information et des médias ainsi que des analyses sur les difficultés que la Chine a rencontrées à partir des recherches théoriques, de la base de données, du soutien du gouvernement, de la formation des enseignants et d'autres aspects. Il cherche également à offrir des suggestions et des opinions.
Mots-clés: formation à la maîtrise de l'information et des medias; Chine; réussites; difficultés
摘 要:當今社會,人們每天都淹沒在不同的媒體資訊中,媒體素養對人們至關重要,世界各國都在探討如何開展媒體素養教育的問題。加拿大是世界上第三個推行媒體素養教育的國家,經過 40多年的發展,被公認為媒體素養教育的國際先導,在該領域進行了很多創造性的探索和實踐。本文結合該國成功經驗,為我國媒體素養教育事業發展提供建議和意見。
關鍵詞: 媒體素養教育; 媒體素養; 加拿大; 借鑒

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