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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 5, Special Issue 4, Part E (2019)

Media literacy for millennial generation

Chetna Bharti
These are times of rapid technological change that challenge all educators. The children currently in school-often referred to as the “Millennial Generation” -have always been immersed in Information Communication Technology. Millennial bring to school a rich set of literacy skills that allows them instant communication and access to a wealth of information. However, Millennials lack the basic academic skills, as well as the media literacy skills, to cope with the barrage of messages they confront every day. This article gives a description of the defining characteristics of the Millennial Generation and discusses the need for systematic instruction in media literacy, concluding with specific suggestions for instruction.
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Chetna Bharti. Media literacy for millennial generation. Int J Appl Res 2019;5(4S):160-162.
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