Captured History (Capstone Press, 2015)
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Media Literacy (Rosen Publishing, 2015) Interest Level: 5-8th

     

Media Censorship (Essential Viewpoints Set 4)Media Ownership (Essential Viewpoints Set 4)

Getting The Message (Smart Apple Media)

Political Messages and Propaganda (Getting the Message)


What’s It Like To Be A…(Bloomsbury Publishers)
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War, Women, and the News

War, Women and the News:  How Female Journalists Won the Battle to Cover WWII
Catherine Gourley  ISBN-10: 0-689-87752-8  ISBN-13: 978-0-689-87752-0
Read an excerptMedia Industries Series
Publisher: Peter Lang
2006, 2010

978-0-8204-7633-9

978-0-8204-7617-9

978-0-8204-7485-4

978-0-8204-8153-1

Grade 6-8Influence And Persuasion Series (Heinemann Library, Copyright 2006)
This series examines how emotion and prejudice are used to achieve outcomes in war and peace, in commerce and politics, in crime and charity, for good and evil.  Increasingly, we are all subject to influence and persuasion, often very subtle, sometimes quite blatant.

Advertising and Marketing: Developing the Marketplace Espionage and Disinformation: The Unseen World Political Manipulation: The World of Spin
ISBN: 1403476519  1403476527   1403476535
Propaganda in War and Peace: Manipulating the Truth Public Relations: Creating an Image
1403476551  1403476543

By Guofang Wan, Hong Cheng – Zephyr Press (2004)

The Media (series)

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Teens & The Media
The Gallup Youth Survey: Major Issues & Trends
Roger E. Hernandez    Mason Crest Publishers  ISBN: 1-59084-874-8
This text provides middle school students with a roundup of current information, primarily Gallup surveys, about the role of media ( Internet, Music, Newspapers, Magazines) in their lives. The book touches on some timely topics such as blogs and convergence. Also included here is information not from Gallup, but from other sources such as Jupiter Media; the Parents Television Council, etc. I was curious why the author never mentioned “multi-tasking” here because that is what teens are doing. What this book is missing are some critical thinking/media literacy questions and activities to get young people to consider the role media plays in their lives. It also doesn’t mention the importance of media activism or simply turning off the media.

Feed, M.T. Anderson (National Book Award Finalist)
Candlewick Press, ISBN: 0763617261
Review:   This brilliantly ironic satire is set in a future world where television and computers are connected directly into people’s brains when they are babies. The result is a chillingly recognizable consumer society where empty-headed kids are driven by fashion and shopping and the avid pursuit of silly entertainment–even on trips to Mars and the moon–and by constant customized murmurs in their brains of encouragement to buy, buy, buy.
Recommended ages 14+ 

Propaganda: Understanding the Power of Persuasion (Teen Issues)
Enslow Publishers, Inc.; (December 2002) ISBN: 0766016641

 

The Media  The Impact on Our Lives
(21st Century Debates)
Rain Tree Library (2001)  ISBN:0739831755

 

News Media (Careers for the Twenty First Century)
Lucent Books,  ISBN: 1-59018-205-7
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Picturing Lincoln: Famous Photographs That Popularized the President
by George Sullivan  Clarion Books   ISBN: 0395916828

 

Media Wizards – Catherine Gourley, Twenty First Century Books
ISBN 0-7613-0967-5

 

Caution! This May Be An Advertisement- A Teen Guide to Advertising, Kathlyn Gay,
Franklin Watts Library Edition, ISBN 0-531-11039-7

 

Film (Eyewitness Books)

Eyewitness Books-FILM    Knopf ISBN 0-679-81679-8

 

Media and Communications Cover

Eyewitness Books: Media & Communication
DK  ISBN: 078946294X

 

 

 

 

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