Teaching students about context teaches those who may be underconfident or underprepared that they are not the only ones with more to learn. That it’s possible to be an expert in one research context but a complete novice in another and that everyone has to learn how to navigate research contexts that are new to them.
The line between our online and real lives is becoming fine, and that scares me. I don’t want to live my life through a screen, I want to go shopping for some new shoes, I want to go on a late-night trip to big Tesco’s and I want to do my £9K a year degree in person!
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It’s an expansion of traditional literacy that accounts for all the ways we process and produce information. The goal of media literacy education is to empower active citizens to be critical thinkers and responsible producers of media.
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There are certan moments in history when an economy is propped up by something we don’t want. The biggest example of this is slavery in the 1800s. There was a point at which slavery was propping up the entire world economy. You couldn’t just say “we don’t want to do this anymore, let’s just suck it out of the economy” — the whole economy would collapse (if you did that). But the British Empire, when they decided to abolish slavery, they had to give up 2% of GDP every year for 60 years.
“Yuval Noah Harari and Tristan Harris interviewed by Wired” [50:15 – 51:15]
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Psychologists sometimes call them “schema.” They are also known as constructs, hypotheses, expectations, organizing principles, frames, scripts, plans, prototypes, or even (this one from psychology) “implication molecules”. Walter Lippmann called them “stereotypes.” And so all of us have schema- these shorthands of memory that make us understand things as they are! When we see bricks stacked in a certain manner, we perceive a house, we see wood put together in certain form we perceive a chair or a table. Our past experiences with life and its processes build our schema over a period of time. While the advantages are apparent, what concerns us is the blindness these schema produce. The moment these schema become a part of collective memory they form stereotypes and slowly the stereotypes create a narrative that is difficult to break.
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We all are very good individuals as well as responsible citizens of the country, lets build it organically and keep its sanctity alive. Lets concentrate on immediate and urgent issues which require our attention so that we contribute towards a healthy and better India. Lets build a better ideology and thought process via media. Also be aware of fake news going around you!!