INFORMATION CULTURE AS ESSENTIAL COMPONENT OF MEDIA EDUCATION
Keywords:infocommunicative space, media education, manipulation, mass media, media culture, media production, media literacy.
The relevance of the work is due to the intensive development of the infocommunication space in recent years and the fact that it has significantly expanded and began to play an important role. In this regard, the relevance of media education, which is directly related to the formation of information culture, is significantly increased. The importance of information culture is determined by the increased need of every citizen for continuous professional development, updating of knowledge, mastering new types of activities and the presence of protection from manipulative influences and negative influence from the media. The model of a modern person is considered taking into account the significant role of the mass media in his professional and personal development.
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