Media Literacy Effect. The Context of War Media Trauma

  • Lyubov Naydonova
Keywords: media literacy; news; war trauma; teenager; well-being

Abstract

The purpose of the study is to reveal the relationship between war news watching and psychological well-being as an indicator of mediatrauma type C, to determine the role of media literacy in the prevention of negative media effects.

References

Naydonova, L.A. (2016) Diagnosis of Knowledge Component of Media Information Literacy. Kyiv.

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Shyshko N.S. (2015) Psychological well-being in the in the representations of modern high school students. Kyiv.

Published
2019-03-03
How to Cite
Naydonova, L. (2019). Media Literacy Effect. The Context of War Media Trauma. Mental Health: Global Challenges Journal, 1(1), 63. Retrieved from http://mhgcj.org/index.php/MHGCJ/article/view/25
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